Tub Reglazing-Anyone do it?
I am in a pickle. I am all ready for my bathroom reno when I got a letter from board saying that to replace my tub, the piping underneath tub needs to be replaced and can only be accessed from below. They would have to break the ceiling and part of the wall of the bathroom of the apt below. I first would need permission, and then need to demo and repair and retile their bathroom.
(WTF!) The couple below use apt as pied-a-terre and won't even be back to ask till June. Can not wait---contractor starting end of month. (anyhow, don't think I'd get permission and can not even fathom what that would add to cost.
My whole reason for the reno in the first place is dark glossy gray Kohler fixtures that I've always hated. So...my choice is just leave tub as is, or reglaze white. Reglazing---I'm afraid of hot steamy showers in toxic fumes, and also afraid of a cheesy outcome.
Leaving as is--don't know how good it would look with my limestone/marble tile though there are gray streaks in them.
Any advice?? Thanks!!!