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Hello, we are in the middle of renovating our bathroom and I would like to know if, around our bathtub, the tiling is the only option or can a water-repellent coating and a special bathroom paint be done? case? thank you so much

By definition, the entourage of a bathtub must withstand major aggression: thermal shock, know, cleaners, limestoneetc. To durably resist these attacks, the earthenware tiles remain in my eyes the most suitable materials. A painting or a waterproof coating may nevertheless be considered, for intermittent use and with very careful users. It is the same for the tadelakt, very decorative coating, but which must be posed in the rules of the art, by a very qualified speaker. Tadelakt is also very fragile to shocks and scratches.

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