I honestly can't believe all the positive reviews I've read are real. I bought epodex 2k to paint the tiles in two bathrooms in the house I just purchased. The colors chosen did not match the colors resulting from the mix at all, even though I followed the instructions to the letter and the proportions to the gram. I had chosen sage green for the walls and forest green for the floors and some decorations, and in the end I end up with sky blue and sugar paper bathrooms, practically the same, only one slightly darker than the other, but absolutely not the contrast I expected, besides the fact that I wanted green bathrooms and instead I have to make them fit blue. In fact, I'm not going to repeat the process, even if they gave me the material as a gift because I've never used a product that is more difficult to roll out, yet I have some experience in DIY, otherwise I wouldn't have even embarked on this titanic undertaking. For the preparation of the bathrooms, which is very important for the final result and took several days by itself, I used their sandpaper (nothing special, buy the roll one of the same grit in any DIY store) and grouted all the holes, broken tiles and missing joints. The only thing I really recommend is epodex precleaner, because it is really effective. We come to the paint product. It says that the workability time is around 40 to 50 minutes depending on the temperature. False. For the first 90 minutes the product is liquid, too fluid, soaking the roller once you do tile on tile, passing it over and over, crisscrossing and re-crossing but inevitably leaving roller marks and without actually covering the colored tiles. I was able to make the comparison because in the bathrooms the tiles were white and there were decorated frames. Well the decorations are not covered even after two coats. I will have to do a third coat. Afterwards and for about 10 to 20 minutes instead it is perfect. Right consistency, maximum opacity, although it still leaves roller marks. After this time is over it is to be thrown away, it becomes the consistency of a spreadable cream and destroys the rollers leaving bits of sponge as you paint. So it is best to make very small mixes to avoid throwing away large quantities. Absolutely I would never recommend this product or use it again. I would rather smash everything and redo the bathroom from scratch.