Dawn Taylor
Dawn Taylor
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  • Walla Walla, WA

Fun and Funky Unicorn Spit Makeover

Gave my bathroom sink and toilet seat a much needed makeover using Unicorn Spit
fun and funky unicorn spit makeover
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fun and funky unicorn spit makeover
I'm a newbie at blogging so I don't have a before picture of my sink. To give you an idea, it was a gross off white color and stained. I promise to do better in my future posts. I'll be posting many more. After cleaning my sink out, I dried it completely and put one coat of the chalk paint. I let it dry for several hours.
fun and funky unicorn spit makeover
Next, is the fun part. I started off with Zia Teal. I put dabs of it all over the sink and then with a dry ( make sure it's dry) sponge brush, I drug the stain in random directions. Waited for it to dry completely
fun and funky unicorn spit makeover
Using the same technique, I moved on with Blue Thunder and let it dry.
fun and funky unicorn spit makeover
Last but not least, I added Midnight Blackness and after drying over night, added 3 layers of the sealer.
fun and funky unicorn spit makeover
fun and funky unicorn spit makeover
fun and funky unicorn spit makeover
I used the same technique with my toilet seat (using a brand new one). I will slowly continue on with the rest of the bathroom when I get time and funds ( owner won't reimburse me but doesn't mind me doing the upgrades) The toilet seat pictures look darker because they were taken early in the morning before it was light out.
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  • Angela Adorno
    on Sep 17, 2018

    Can you use this technique in a bathtub

    • Dawn Taylor
      on Sep 18, 2018

      As long as you prep the tub correctly

      Chalk paint will be good

      Also, be prepared to not be able to use it for a few days

  • Cheryl Williamsen
    on Jan 6, 2019

    What did you do the prep the plastic, so that the paints would bond?

    How many months has it been on? What do you scrub the sink with when it gets grungy around the faucet?

    • Dawn Taylor
      on Jan 7, 2019

      I lightly sanded and then put a layer of chalk paint

      I use simple green and had no issues

      The sink is no longer mine though so I'm not sure how it's holding up or what the new tenant is using

  • Phyllis White
    on Jan 28, 2019

    Would this work in a kitchen? Can Ii put this over kitchen counters that are covered in square pieces of tile?

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  • Dawn Taylor
    on Sep 29, 2018

    Thank You Bert!!!! Would love to see the finished product!!!!!

  • Rona Connelly
    on Feb 7, 2019

    Looks great, thanks for sharing. AND a big THANK YOU for answering all of the questions. My pet peeve is someone who post on here and then never answers the questions people have for the project.

    • Dawn Taylor
      on Feb 9, 2019

      Thank you!!! Yeah that bothers me as well It may be a couple of days before I get back to it but I feel it polite to answer questions and comments

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