I was cleaning something in the shower tray and I used a chemical which was petroleum based (which I didnt know), which caused the acrylic coating (I think its acrylic coating) dissolve.
I did a bit of research about repairing bathtubs/shower trays and it seems like nobody is able to achieve quality results by painting it, this usually involves using some kind of epoxy mixture, which cures for a very long time.
However, I have a different idea which nobody seems to be trying out... What I want to do is:
- Use coarse sandpaper to the damaged area
- Apply filler (what filer?) to level the work area
- Use sandpaper again (medium)
- Paint white (spray)
- Apply acrylic clear coats (spray)
- wet sandpaper medium>fine>extra fine
- Buff it with a cutting compound to get the gloss on
Is there any problems with my approach (if any)?
Is there a better way of doing it?