International Tile System Reviews
Description:Specially formulated to provide excellent adhesion on glazed ceramic tiles. So now it is easy to give your kitchen or bathroom a complete transformation at a fraction of the cost and hassle it takes to re-tile
Newest Review: ... slapping on white, unless you don't mind coloured grout. In the kitchen where we used 2 colours we used the white ... more
Customer International Tile System Reviews (3)
by - written on 16/07/02, updated on 16/07/02 (Very useful, 1057 readings)
I've used this stuff a couple of times and was quite impressed. The top coat is hard to put on, though. It seems to be very heavy so it drops off the brush easily and runs down the wall. We did a pattern of blue and yellow tiles in the kitchen and blue paint ran down onto the yellow, but it wipes off if you notice when it happens. Using coloured paint is probably more work than slapping on white, unless you don't mind coloured grout. In the kitchen where we used 2 colours we used the white primer/undercoat to paint the grout white again afterwards which was rather fiddly; in the bathroom we just covered it all with white. When it's been on your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/03/01, updated on 08/04/02
Hubby or not as he was at the time. Where going to get married. Yes I know this may sound like it has nothing to do with International Tile System paint. But it does. So just hold your horses. We where going to have the wedding reception at home. I needed to have a quick cover up of the tiles in both the kitchen and bathroom. As I did like them at all. I had looked at this paint before but held off, as it was a tad expensive at about £8 per can. You need an undercoat and a then you top off with the colour of your choice. Well not quite as there are only a few colours that you can choose. We choose the colour they call sunflower it was a nice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/01, updated on 23/01/01 (Very useful, 2799 readings)
I must admit to being a reluctant DIYer – slapping paint on things or replacing the odd dimmer switch I am happy with – anything more I feel uncomfortable with. Don’t start anything which you can’t finish (or you will cock up) is my motto. This motto applies to tiling. Never done – never will. My attempt would no doubt come out wonky and uneven with too much/too little grout. It always seemed more sensible to me to paint tiles – to remove that awful flowery pattern or passť colour scheme without having to replace them. And then after Christmas my Wife twisted my arm sufficiently to persuade me to paint the downstairs ... Read the complete review
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