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  1. May 22, 2019 #1




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    I have an acrylic bathtub which has cracked. Actually, it is worse than that, my mother-in-law has a cracked tub. Anyway, I am fairly sure that I know the answer to the problem, but does anyone have a way to repair the tub that is more than a band aid? I have done considerable work in the basement and was heading for another job when all this was discovered. It is cracked badly enough that water leaks through the tub and causes wet issues in the basement. They do not use the tub, but rather the shower in the bath off the master bedroom. This tub only gets used when they have guests, which is rare. I am looking for a way to repair it that will not be an eyesore and be serviceable for a while. I know a replacement is coming, but don't have time right now.

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