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Rustoleum Countertop Transformations review

I recently tried Rustoleum Countertop Transformations to rescue an old linoleum countertop with great results.

To see more: http://diyshowoff.com/2012/08/17/rustoleum-countertop-transformations/

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  • Harriet Mcrainey-Barr
    Harriet Mcrainey-Barr Kill Devil Hills, NC

    BUYER BEWARE! I had a bad experience!
    Now that I have had this experience, I would like to give you some tips so that you can have better experience...
    They say it looks like granite. If you want a granite look, this is not the product for you. I

  • Charlie Ramone
    Charlie Ramone Great Falls, MT

    Hi, Harriet Sorry that I am asking a question on Rustoleum so 2 years after. I viewed this a month ago while preparing countertop for ONYX finish. I never could achieve any other colors, grays, whites, browns as color swatch suggested. Even

    • Harriet Mcrainey-Barr
      Harriet Mcrainey-Barr Kill Devil Hills, NC

      Hi Charlie,
      I used Java Stone. It has brown as well as black, gray , & white. Today is one week. If I had not had the installation problems, I think we would be very happy with the counter tops.
      Hopefully my replacement kit will show up soon. Not

  • DIY Show Off
    DIY Show Off Pittsburgh, PA

    More details on our experience with more pictures and tips that made the process easier for us (for the Onyx finish) are shown here: http://diyshowoff.com/2012/08/17/rustoleum-countertop-transformations/.

  • Jeff bowman
    Jeff bowman Florence, KY

    I want to use a solid color kit that will hold up as I use my counter for alot of cooking activity can anyone suggest my best option ????

  • Terra
    Terra Keosauqua, IA

    I want to use this kit on an old cultured marble bathroom counter top. My only set back is the 70's style shell shaped sink and counter top are all one piece. Does anyone have any experience with using it on a surface that will be in contact with a