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    Default Painting Over Or Improving appearance of front yard Ceramic tiles

    Im doing a budget makeover on the front of my home. I have horrible tiling (see attached pic) on the verandah and the front path and steps up to the verandah. What is the easiest and cheapest way to improve the look? I have thought about using paving paint or similar paint for tiles BUT is is any good and can anyone recommend a good paint to cover the tiles????

    Alternatively, how else can i easily improve the appearance - i dont want to re tile

    any ideas appreciated

    thanks

    Marty


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    yes, the neighbours painted over their ceramic tiles on the pathway to their front door. Most of it has peeled off by now so getting the paint to really bond is critical. Has anyone else any suggestions to make this work?

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