what can I do with tile paint peeling in the bathroom?

I put tile paint on the tiles in the bathroom and it looked great for about 3 years. Now it is peeling and bubbling in places. If I patch up these areas it will be a different shade of white now. I cant afford new tiles and it would be a massive job to remove all the paint, any suggestions?

Asked By: Jane - 7/7/2010
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Srip them using sand paper and or emory tape and then re-paint them. The other alternative may be to shop around for a deal on some new tiles.
Answered By: Adam - 7/7/2010
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What you can do is like you can decorate your bathroom with the latest wall decor available in the market. i also faced the same problem but what I did is I used wall decor to get rid of this problem.
Answered By: Thomas - 7/7/2010
You can remove peeling by sanding, scraping, power washing or using a heat gun. The use of a torch is also a method for removing peeling paint, but it is recommended that you leave it for a painting professional due to the fire hazards involved.
Answered By: Mikayla - 7/7/2010
the media advertise all the wonderful products but they are really only a cheap quick fix . i think we have all done it to avoid cost, extra work and or a quick solution. Eventually it catches up with us like you have told us in you question. But what is the answer? Its not that 'massive a job' to remove the... More
Answered By: sheheselden - 7/10/2010
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