bluerick: Shouldn't you apply several coats of polyurethane to protect the finish?
Dee: Looks good!
Kenneth Boyd: That turned out really good!
Don boucher: so how did it hold up. now that is 5 years later? i bought a home and the
counter tops are kinda plain i dont have alot of money to spend on putting
new ones in but dont want to wreck them either
Erica Brown: Very nice! Good lob!
Roxanne Gibbs: i was about to buy this paint but then read reviews about it. Aparrantly
it's not that good
Virginia Nolan: Like it. I wonder if I can get it in the UK.
AveIvy: Great job!
gweneverek: Need to do this thanx for the info , this guy looks like Simon Pegg
mary marchetti: txdave01 did you sand between coats?
Dean Webb: They look good, and I love the color. But don't you need to apply a
topcoat or something to protect it? Or is it just the paint? I love your
accent, are you from Kentucky? Reminds me of home.
Kate Picon: Hi, I like to look of the finish. Good job. Can you let me know the name
of the paint? Do you know if I can get it in the UK? thanks
brnorland: Awesome video!! I saw this product at the store and was skeptical, your
video has changed my mind. I like how you showed the whole process, start
to finish. Thanks a lot!
Andre Riggins: wow. that looks pretty darn good. I'm in desperate need of a change to my
countertops. I think I may try this.
italianannamaria: @GlamRockDesigns The best cleaner to get out stains on laminate counters is
Soft Scrub. Let it sit on the stains for a little bit and repeat if
necessary. I don't use the "bleach" version only because it may get onto
the surroundings. The non-bleach (lemon) version works just great. You can
get a large bottle at Home Depot for under $4.
Isa Caligari: It looks awesome, great job!
Picsnglitz: for my process - yes this is a long process, takes 2 days for primer, 3 - 4
days for paint and 4 days for acrylic. but its soooo worth it. never
chipped or any problems. people ask me can you cut on it, honestly, i dont
know, would you take a sharp knife to your formica or your granite, i
wouldnt! not to mention i dont want my food directly on a counter top with
germs! yuck! so i always use a cutting board no matter what my surface. its
always worth the effort!!!
Txdave01: they only want to mix it in the colors that are on the box.
kleubner86: I painted my countertops with the same stuff (this stuff makes me want to
puke lol) and after it dried, I sprayed Rustoleum Stone Accents, then put 3
coats of polyurethane on top of it. It looks pretty damn good :)
blunkall6644: Way to go!! Looks great and love the do it yourselfers :)
cris928c: Love it!
anitawism: good job. i'm goint to try this this weekend
blackappy: Nice job. Thanks for sharing.
Picsnglitz: one time i did a bar that had formica, it was attached to the kitchen
counter. I did it in red and was careful to use a brush and make sure u
could see my brush strokes. everyone thought it was a beautiful piece of
wood! nope! everytime i go to start the homedepot folks tell me im insane!
no i tell them, ive done it many times!!! :O)
Paul Meers: looks good. good job.
Txdave01: nope. just the paint.
jessicajullian: I think they look great,much nicer than the white.Thanks for the video.
naisha page: I wonder what the "paint guy" meant by that? I mean if they sell it in
stores and if you have to mix it to get the color than why would he refuse?
That sounds weird. You should have asked for a manager, not to get him in
trouble but to find out what that was all about.
Linda Lepage: Nice color!
blackdog4me: These look great. Are they holding up well. I went to Home Depot to buy
this, and the "paint guy" wouldn't even mix it for me, saying that it's bad.
excellentchoices: Excellent job !!! Looks great
wonton71: Thank you. I 'm ready to try this out.
Steeve Ailurophilia: I need to know if there is a magical way of doing this.
Txdave01: a foam roller as in the video and a foam brush. The foam brush is of the
sides and the foam roller for the flat main parts
tenpin15: Can't wait to do mine in the laundry room next weekend. It's an old 1970
counter with a pattern that looks like a small wicker pattern (brown). Will
be painting it a light gray. Wouldn't have known about the counter top
paint if I hadn't seen this video 1st!
fayrex: looks really nice.. thanks for sharing and now i am gonna go ahead n do
blase410: You did a great job. does that stuff work on bathtub?
Txdave01: Sink in the Bathroom and in the kitchen require a special paint that comes
in a white or a cream color. The cost is about $39.00 for two cans. it
general you will have an extra can. The kit comes with two cans. Its called
" Sink and Tube and Tile paint" made by "home Max. The Home Depot or lowes
sell it. Its spray paint maid for Sinks, Tubs and Tile. Make sure to
purchase the spray. Do notp urchase.the one in the qt. or you will have
runs. Wair a paint mask. It will take 2-3 small coats to finis
TheSonny92110: who cares if he is gay or not ....he did a great job.....i wonder how the
paint holds up after a few months?
naisha page: we have a very old house too! my husband thinks it was built when they
still had outhouses! lol. there is wallpaper and paneling everywhere and
ugly carpeting. and he obvioulsy got the house because it was cheap. and we
want to freshen the house until we move without having to replace anything
because we are just not fixer upper kind of ppl.
Morgan Davis: Looks like it works nicely I have orange countertops now and after seeing
your results it might be worth a try. Nice video one question why are some
of the countertop paints 250 dollars and some are 22 what's the difference
besides a lot of money?
Kathya Kalinine: You did a great job and it looks beautiful! I'm thinking of doing faux
granite using various acrylic paints from the craft store to get a
realistic look. I've read a lot of tips saying to really make sure you have
the counters cleaned well and start with a solid and strong primer. Also,
there are quite a few Marine grade top coats that will give a super shiny
and durable finish. I'm nervous but excited to try this. Wish me luck! I
might post a video once I'm done, too.
srfguitar: They look great. Thanks.
Nate TheDaddy: The 200 dollar ones are supposed fool you into thinking they're real stone
like granite or quartz, while this paint is just for basic color only. I'm
interested in what the one poster said, use this as a base coat, then a
layer of similar colored stone effect followed up with polyurethane. Sounds
like a good combo.
LUVhappyPeace: Cool! Thanks for sharing
hollieweeze4: hi nice video, looks really good :) i live in england, do you know where i
can perchase the paint from??
BBCramer: Hey I am thinking of doing the same exact thing to my counter tops I just
bought my first home and its a 120 year old house with its last updates
done in the 70's...... ive got the exact same thing in mind I actually got
a can of the rustoleum stone paint and a box of the super poly that they
use on bars but I have not actually seen it done yet could you email me
some pictures or something of your counter tops??? mine are a light pink
with a specled finish im guessing from the 60's
mcarr2rr1: Nice color. I also used Rustoleum countertop cover and was very happy with
the results. I used 2 light coats so hopefully no chipping. Also if anyone
does this please use a respirator or at least some kind of mask & eye
protection. This stuff is bad news for eyes & lungs.
ShowNobodyWatches: Good video. Thanks for making it.
naisha page: I would not even bother spending the extra money on it. its already about
$44 on the paint not including the tools for the project! And it looks darn
good for just the paint