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  • Jane
    Jane Overton, NE
    on Aug 8, 2012

    could you give me instructions on the counter top with the wallpaper please?

  • Carla K
    Carla K Ouray, CO
    on Aug 8, 2012

    It's simple. I bought the wallpaper online through Illusion Wallpaper. also called Berlin Wallpaper. They offer a variety of different marble and stone look paper and they also have a video with instructions on how to use this wallpaper. It's so very simple. You don't use and entire sheet but you rip the wallpaper in smaller pieces, then dip into water and then stick it on the cleaned surface. Wipe of the excess glue and you will have no blisters. After that is dry, I used 5 coats of polyurethane floor finish. to brush over the wallpaper. Make sure you use the water based polyurethane (latex). It does not create bad fumes and is easy to work with. The instructions on how to use this are on the can and you can get that at Home Depot. If you have a sink on the counter top I would suggest that, after the polyurethane is dry, to mask off the area around the sink in order t o caulk it with clear bath tub caulk to prevent water seeping under the wallpaper. It's simple to do. Carla

  • Jane
    Jane Overton, NE
    on Aug 8, 2012

    thank you.

  • Patty A
    Patty A New Milford, CT
    on Apr 18, 2013

    great idea! I, too, would like more complete instructions on how you achieved that gorgeous marble look on the toilet, etc. Is it durable? What products were used? Maybe I missed the directions....thanks and good job!

  • Diana Deiley
    Diana Deiley Nokomis, FL
    on Jan 15, 2016

    You are so funny......faux finished toilet seat! Great conversation piece for sure! Thanks for sharing all your hard work. Great job.

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