How To Paint Bathroom Countertops: DIY Bathroom Makeover!

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Bathroom countertops can easily become dull, worn, and dated over time. If you’re looking for a quick and easy fix to update your bathroom, an epoxy spray may be the perfect solution. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the process of how to paint your bathroom countertops using an epoxy spray, as well as some tips and tricks to ensure a smooth and successful project.

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How To Paint Bathroom Countertops, Your Vanity and Sink!

Today, I’m going to share the quick and easy process of how I painted my bathroom countertops with a Rustoleum epoxy spray. Ready to do it? Let’s go!

Step 1: Clean and Sand the Countertops

The first step in the process is to thoroughly clean your countertops. Use a cleaner that is not too abrasive and a clean towel to remove any dirt and grime. Once the countertops are clean, use a 100 grit sandpaper to lightly sand the surface. This will give the epoxy something to stick to and ensure a smooth finish. After sanding, use a damp towel to wipe off the dust and clear the surface completely.

Step 2: Mask Off the Countertops

The next step is to mask off the countertops to protect them from overspray. Use masking tape, such as green frog tape, to cover the drain spout, faucet, and any other areas you don’t want to be sprayed. Go over everything again with a clean microfiber towel to ensure that the surface is completely clean and free of dust.

Step 3: Apply the Epoxy Spray

Now that the countertops are clean and masked off, it’s time to apply the epoxy spray. We recommend using Rust-Oleum Appliance Epoxy, as it is washable, moisture-resistant, and gives a smooth, factory-like finish. Before you begin spraying, make sure to wear a mask, as the spray and smell can be intense. Open a window for ventilation if possible. Start by spraying the countertops and be careful not to overspray or let the product puddle up. If you notice a hair or any other imperfections, simply grab them out and spray over them. The first coat will not cover everything, but don’t worry, the second coat will.

Step 4: Wait for the Epoxy to Dry

After the first coat is applied, wait 15-20 minutes for it to dry. Then, apply a second coat. The difference after the second coat is amazing and you’ll be able to see the stark white, crisp, clean countertops.

Step 5: Remove the Masking Tape

After the epoxy has dried for about an hour, it’s time to remove the masking tape. Doing this before the epoxy is completely dry will make it easier to remove the tape and leave a cleaner edge.

Step 6: Enjoy Your New Countertops

Congratulations, you have successfully redone your bathroom countertops using an epoxy spray! Take a look at the before and after photos, and you’ll be amazed at the difference. This project is a quick and easy fix that can give you an extra year or two before having to redo your whole bathroom.

Tips and Tricks:

  • Use a mask when spraying the epoxy, as the spray and smell can be intense.
  • Open a window for ventilation if possible.
  • Be careful not to overspray or let the product puddle up.
  • If you notice any imperfections, simply grab them out and spray over them.
  • Wait for the epoxy to dry before removing the masking tape, but not completely dry.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Is it safe to paint bathroom countertops?

Yes, it is safe to paint bathroom countertops as long as the surface is properly cleaned and prepped and the paint used is suitable for the surface.

How long does it take for Rustoleum countertop paint to cure?

Rustoleum countertop paint typically takes 24 hours to dry and 28 days to fully cure.

Do painted countertops chip?

Painted countertops can chip if they are not properly sealed or if they are subjected to heavy use or impact.

Do you have to prime before using Rustoleum paint?

It is recommended to prime the surface before using Rustoleum paint to ensure proper adhesion and durability.

What do you seal painted countertops with?

Painted countertops can be sealed with a polyurethane sealer or an epoxy sealer. This will help protect the surface from scratches and stains, and prolong the life of the paint.

Overall, using an epoxy spray to redo your bathroom countertops is a simple and cost-effective way to update your bathroom. This project can be completed in a weekend, and the difference is truly amazing. If you’re looking for a quick and easy fix to update your bathroom, then doing this Rustoleum countertop transformation is your solution! Thanks to Rust-Oleum for creating such an amazing product!

Have any questions or comments? I’d love to hear from you… so leave them below!

~Valerie 💕


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