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Thinking about tackling a DIY remodel of your kitchen or bathroom? Don’t worry, it’s easier than you think—especially with peel and impress tiling on your side! With different stone, glass, and even marble options to choose from, Jo-Ann makes it easy to customize your remodel to suit your home design.
Paint bathroom tile with 123 Bullseye primer My experience: 1. It does not tint true to color so you must paint over it. 2. It will look horridly streaky and brushmarked. 3. It's oil based so it stinks. 4. Let it cure thoroughly, then paint with high gloss paint and a foam roller. (Add Floetrol to the paint to smooth brush marks.) 5. Be ok with some minor texture, not glazed-tile-smooth-shiny.