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I'm replacing the shower rail in the Grey Bathroom on the West Wing of Puller Towers. This will result in a couple of holes in the grey tile any suggestings on hole to disguise?

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I think the best match you'll get is with filler and acrylic (artists) paint. It will take a bit of faffing around to get a perfect match.

Personally, I'd try and find some sort of item to utilise the existing holes, soap dish /ornament/hook for spongy things.

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ayjay wrote:
I think the best match you'll get is with filler and acrylic (artists) paint. It will take a bit of faffing around to get a perfect match.

Personally, I'd try and find some sort of item to utilise the existing holes, soap dish /ornament/hook for spongy things.


Thanks AJ. Would acrylic paint & grout be any good??

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