Want a new look for your bath, sink or tiles?


The Rust-oleum Tub and Tile Refinishing Kit is a simple solution that will have your bathtub, tile and sink looking new in less than a day. the epoxy acrylic formula means that it is hard wearing and long lasting.


How to paint bathtub, sink or tiles:


  1. Surface Cleaning – remove metal drains, brush/sand, and peeling paint and repair any chips, dents or damage with a patching compound. Mould and mildew will need to be removed with bleach.


  1. Surface Preparation – before painting you need to ensure that the surface is very clean. Prepare the surface with an abrasive tool and a lime removal cleaner. Sand the surface with a 400/600 grit wet/dry sandpaper.


  1. Paint Application – in a properly ventilated area mix part A and part B together. apply paint using a brush, roller or spray. Allow to dry for at least one hour before applying the second coat. Allow 3 days before exposing to water.

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The Rust-Oleum Rub and Tile Refinishing Kit is $75 at Paint Supplies Adelaide.

To find out more about painting tiles, read our Tile Paint Blog

Watch a How-To Video from Rust-Oleum


Painting a house? We have put together a handy shopping list of the must-have items.

Don’t forget the preparation can be the difference between a great paint job and an average job


Sugar soap

Gap filler – around doors/windows/skirtings

Plaster filler – for holes or cracks in walls

Sandpaper / Scourer

Drop sheets

Brushes, rollers, tray, extension

Paint stripper

Masking tape

Anti-mould additive – for wet areas



House Paint for Main Rooms


Walls- low sheen water based paint

Ceiling – flat water based paint


House Paint for Wet Areas – Laundry, bathrooms etc.


Semi-gloss acrylic paints with anti-mould additive


Enamel paint


Skirting Boards, Cupboard Doors, Doors and Windows


Bare Timber – prime and undercoat then topcoat with water based or oil based enamel (for best durability and ease of cleaning)


Stain then clear coat (best with solvent based)


Check out some of our house paint products here




Painting your tiles?


Bathroom renovations and re-tiling can be very costly. Repainting is a great way to give your tiled areas a makeover without the prohibitive cost of retiling.

Tile painting can be a great way to get your bathroom back to its former glory, as an end of lease clean up or getting your house ready for sale. With a range of colours to choose from you can get that new bathroom look without the cost and hassle of removing tiles.

How to Paint Tiles


Tile paint is specifically designed to paint over porcelain, ceramic, and glass tiles. It doesn’t flake over time and needs only a reasonable amount of prep work. For best results, avoid painting tiles that receive a lot of water wear.

What you’ll need:

  • fine sanding paper (180-220 grit) or an orbital sander
  • tile paint
  • wet sponge or cloth
  • paint brush
  • primer
  • masking tape
  • Sugar soap or commercial tile cleaner


Wash all tiles with sugar soap or tile cleaner.

Clean tiles with a wet sponge and wait till it dries.

Give the tiles a light sand and wipe away any debris wit a wet cloth or sponge.

Place masking tape around edges to keep paint off of fixtures and skirting boards.

Wait for the surface to dry before applying one or two coats of primer.

Give the primer a light sand when it’s finished curing.

Wipe away dust with a wet cloth and wait for it to dry.

Paint over tiles with selected tile paint.


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Looking to paint your car yourself? Need spray paint?

These DIY Spray Cans are ideal for both automotive and home use.

We can mix and match your paint to your required colour, and supply it in aerosol form for automotive or home use.

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Looking to paint your boat? Depending on what your boat is made out of will depend on what you need to buy to get your pride and joy back to its former glory. 

In general, you’ll need: sandpaper, wax & grease remover, epoxy putty. If you are looking to buy a boat you should keep these items on hand always. 

For above waterline you’ll need: 


Single pack primer

Single pack undercoat

Enamel undercoat

Enamel hardener






2 pack epoxy mastic undercoat

2 pack topcoat


For below waterline you’ll need:



Single pack primer

Single pack undercoat





2 pack epoxy mastic undercoat

Vinyl tar

Antifouling (special antifouling for aluminium boats)

Note: ensure that correct antifouling is used to suit the speed of the boat. Also, if the vessel is stern drive or outboard, ensure antifouling is compatible (copper free) and a 2 pack epoxy base is used. 

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