Refinished bathroom sink countertop using stone spray paint! It was an UGLY yellow (sorry, I forgot to take before pic). 1. Lightly hand sanded to take shine off, 2. Painted base color (lighter brown than stone spray), 3. Sprayed two light layers of rustoleum stone spray, 4. Three coats of glossy polyurethane. The hardest part was waiting for each layer to dry. Finished it in one day (minus the faucet put back in... Still waiting on that). :-)
By using reclaimed wood on your countertops, you get a countertop that provides stunning beauty to your kitchen. You also conserve the environment by preventing the wood from going into the waste stream.
DIY Refinished Countertops: you can cover formica/laminate to look like stone for less than $100!!! 1. Clean countertops with a degreaser (I used Krud Kutter) 2. Lightly sand countertops (I used a sponge sander) 3. Apply 2 coats of Glidden Gripper Primer with roller (you can have it tinted) 4. Apply desired color/finish (I chose a textured stone spray paint and used 3 coats (cover everything with drop cloths and wear a mask if you use spray paint) 5. Apply 3 coats of Polycrylic (madd by…
Oil rubbed bronze spray paint - OMG I love this stuff. My honey thinks I have a spray painting problem!! But hey all the gold light fixtures, sink fixtures and ugly plastic trash cans look brand new and up to date! And for $7.57!! Love love love
Filing cabinet makeover - used epoxy to attach cheap 8x10 frames from walmart, painted entire thing using homemade chalk paint in swiss coffee color, then added new hardware and finished it with minwax paste wax to guard against scuffs and scratches...LOVE!