large dent in bottom of tub
I moved into a rental apartment that has an old tub with a large dent on the bottom (maybe 2 feet long by 10 inches wide). It collects water after every use of the shower and I'm wondering what methods I can take to cheaply repair this. Since it's a rental unit, I'm not doing anything major and it doesn't really have to be a solution that lasts a life time.
I was considering using bondo or a similar product and was also thinking about a polymer filler. Would either of these things work to fill the dent? I am concerned about whether separation will occur between the filler I use and the tub. Do I need to take consideration of what material the tub itself is made of?
Thanks very much!