I have ceramic tile countertops. I hate them. I am trying to come up with some way to cover them without removing them on the cheap. I was wondering.....is it possible to pour self leveling paint/cement over the tile to 'fill-in' the grount lines and leave a level smooth surface? If not, has anyone ever tried the countertop restoration products over ceramic tile?
Commented on Feb 25, 2013
Don't give up!! The primer is weird. It looks like it is going to ruin it, going on chunky and
uneven, but after the next coat or two it evens it all out. We felt the same way!
We had white ceramic tile as our countertops. It was impossible to keep clean with the huge grout lines. We hated it, but didn't have the dough to replace them and none of the paint over
kits were suitable for tile. Enter http://www.encorecountertop.com/ After seeing a blog I read use it, we ordered a kit and got to work. It was a life saver!! One weekend of hard work and we now have solid surface counters with no yucky grout lines! It's amazing and I had to share :)