When renovating a bathroom, it's sometimes necessary to replace the tub. Removing a bathtub involves several steps. Tubs are heavy, so enlist the aid of a helper before beginning the job. This can be a time-consuming pro... More »

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Removing a bathtub stopper is a relatively simple process that can usually be completed in just a few minutes. To remove your bathtub stopper, you need two wrenches. More »

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Remove a mobile home bathtub by turning off the water, disconnecting the drain and water pipes, removing the tub surround rivets, and pulling out the tub surround. Then, unscrew and remove the tub. More »

To remove a cast iron bathtub from a bathroom, disconnect water supply to the tub, drain the tub, disconnect it from plumbing, remove the framing surrounding the tub, and piece the tub with a sledge hammer. Collecting an... More »

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To reglaze a bathtub, take out the trim plumbing, caulking and grout from the tub, ensure that the area is well ventilated, clean the bathtub thoroughly, and apply a body filler in the tub. Then, prime the bathtub, apply... More »

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To recaulk a bathtub, thoroughly remove all of the existing caulk around the tub and replace with fresh caulk. Allow the new caulk to dry, and check for any cracks should the caulk settle or shrink after application. More »

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To resurface a plastic bathtub, thoroughly clean the tub, sand it down until smooth, and then apply epoxy with a paintbrush and a small roller. Done correctly, this creates a smooth, waterproof surface and freshens up th... More »

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