Wow! I am in love with my new counter tops!! They look amazing!!!! Just exactly what I wanted.
Here is the product I used.
All of the review is my own true opinions.
The kits come in many different color options to help create to individual look you and trying to achieve
The color kit I choose was "white diamond"
Here is how I did it.....1. Scrub your counters really well.
2. Make sure they are very dry.
3. Use painters tape to tape all around the edges.
I skipped over the Inca gold color, that comes in the kit I did not use it at all.
8. Apply the 3rd mineral which in this kit is called "white limestone" as you can see this step really made it much lighter like I had wanted.
As you can see I made mine super light just how I wanted. But I could have made them much darker by using less of the lighter color and by having the primer show through, you can even use the black as one of your color on the sponge also if you like a more dark look.
9. I let the counter dry for more than 12 hours since I added my own acrylic paint before appling the clear coat. The kit says to apply two clear coats letting them dry in between I actually applied four coats because I like a really glossy look.
The After Pics!
I love how my counter top color flows so much better with the colors I use in the rest of my home now.
I think I did a good job around the edges of the sink, I thought this part would be hard but it turned out great.
To Think less than a year ago this is how much kitchen looked. I am so happy with everything I have done too it. You too could paint your cabinets and counter tops from probably less than 150 dollars and make a HUGE difference to the overall look, like I did.
If you are thinking of doing this yourself I recommend you watch this video, it was very helpful.
You can order this very affordable product at
http://gianigranite.com/The color I used was called White Diamond but there is many other colors you can choose from.
I give this product two thumbs up!