Painting Laminate Countertops


Painting Laminate Countertops

Step 1: Clean, Prep and Paint. Be sure to get grease off completely with a scouring pad and rinse well with water (specific instructions are available in the kit or on Giani’s website). Step 2: Dab and Blot. After the primer dries for eight hours, you’re ready to apply mineral colors with a sponge. Step 3: Topcoat.
Remove old caulk from seams around sinks and faucets. Repair chips and large cracks (more than 1/8-inch wide) with a two-part epoxy putty. Let the putty dry thoroughly, then sand the putty smooth. Apply painter’s tape to everything you don’t want to paint, including your sink, faucets and backsplash.
After the countertop is completely dry, lightly sand the laminate. I used a 150 grit sanding sponge. All you’re really trying to do at this point is sand the glossy finish off so that your paint can have something to stick to. If you can, use a sanding sponge with a beveled edge.
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