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Lisa Watson
Lisa Watson • 1 year ago

DIY Kitchen Update - used Mod Podge to stick fabric to original tiled backsplash plus hot-glued black trim to edges - used SS EZ Top to cover original tiled counter (SS EZ Top is concrete) - used Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformation on the cabinets. (Mod Podge + fabric + EZ Top + Rust-Oleum = $400). The original kitchen was built in 1956 and had pink tile that is impossible to get off without total demolition.

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