Fun and Funky Unicorn Spit Makeover

Dawn Taylor
by Dawn Taylor
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Gave my bathroom sink and toilet seat a much needed makeover using Unicorn Spit
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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.
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
Using the same technique, I moved on with Blue Thunder and let it dry.
Last but not least, I added Midnight Blackness and after drying over night, added 3 layers of the sealer.
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.
Resources for this project:
Waverly Ocean Blue chalk paint
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  • Pip Pip on Feb 16, 2023

    That is a great transformation... I'm thinking about doing something similar, but with epoxy... although I haven't worked out the best way to stop the epoxy from reacting to gravity?

  • Patty Patty on Sep 09, 2023

    I just got 3 sinks to make into bird baths. Will this work for them outside?

  • Billie Billie on Sep 10, 2023

    Did you have to sand ?

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  • Nancy J Nancy J on Oct 29, 2022

    this project couldn't have come along at a better time!!! I have a 15 year old builder grade vanity and counter, I was going to paint the vanity anyway, but wanted to do the counter top as well!!! Thank you!!!

  • Stephanie Stephanie on Nov 15, 2023

    This is really cool…I’m guessing it holds up well and doesn’t peel off.

    • Dawn Taylor Dawn Taylor on Nov 16, 2023

      We have moved from that apartment quite some time ago

      A new company bought the apartment complex and I've been told that they replaced the sink and toilet

      I'm sure with that sealant, it will stay Epoxy will definitely keep the design intact