Spray Painted Bathroom Counter and Sink

by Kammille
48 Hours
Since posting my Pics of my bathroom counter and sink redo for the Challenge, I have had many questions on how I transformed my grimy, outdated sink. Well here we go! You can see the whole transformation here.
I sanded the heck out of the whole thing to get rid of the sheen and give the paint something to hold on to.
I then applied two coats of primer. After that dried completely, I applied three coats of the silver hammered spray paint
I started the long process of applying the floor grade polyurethane 4-5 coats. Waited 24 hours and then installed the new drain and faucet.
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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  • Liona k shareing Liona k shareing on Apr 29, 2019

    how well has this stood up with regular use? I have an old mobile home and on a tight budget to redo the cultured marble sink & counter top. I wanted something durable. Yours looks great

  • Melanie Pittman Giles Melanie Pittman Giles on Dec 15, 2019

    would this work for 50 yr old ceramic tile?

  • Laura Laura on May 20, 2020

    Did you take it out of the bathroom to spray paint?

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