OK. So I have an old cast iron white bathtub. And it was in really bad shape. Nicks, worn out, everything.
So I go to HD looking for the Rust-Oleum tub & tile refinishing kit. Didn't have it, but they suggested the HOMAX variant. So I got the Homax white brush on. Basically it is liquid epoxy (not sure it is epoxy since there was no additive for chemical reaction).
Well first of all I bought white and it isn't white - I may be able to live with the almond color.... But the biggest problem is that it is a gloppy mess. After the second coat it seemed to look ok. But then an hour or two later I went in and looked and it is horrible. It pooled up in some places. Other place it didn't cover well... On a scale of 1 to 10 you wouldn't give it a 1.
I read the reviews for Homax and this seems to be the norm. Sucks. Didn't know. So what are my next steps? The tub is a huge uneven mess. And when I say uneven - you could probably notice from 50 feet. I have basically remodeled my whole house and this is the first thing that I have messed up. I can't touch it for another 2 days and really need this bathroom working next week.