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12 year old fiberglass tub originally white, now

12 year old fiberglass tub originally white now yellow everywhere the sun has hit it. How to restore color?

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Home depot sell a bath tub remodelation kit.
it cost about $40 .

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You can't.You will have to wet sand and gel coat it.I would hire a pro painter to come in and do this.

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12 year old fiberglass tub originally white, now yellow everywhere the sun has hit it. How to restore color?


You can't.You will have to wet sand and gel coat it.I would hire a pro painter to come in and do this.

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