Is it possible to cement over the top of granite?

Deb Manning
by Deb Manning
I hate my granite countertops. How can I get rid of them without actually replacing them?
  6 answers
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 20, 2016
    I would consider using a paint for your countertops as it would be more cost effective and easier.
  • Kathy108 Kathy108 on Jun 20, 2016
    YOU CAN BUY FORMICA COUNTERTOP LAMINATE AND GLUE IT TO YOUR EXISTING COUNTERTOP. JUST CALL HOME DEPOT OR LOWES AND GET THE DETAILS!
  • Deb Manning Deb Manning on Jun 20, 2016
    That really is a thoughtless answer how would one work with without ruining it?
    • Linda Linda on Jun 21, 2016
      Did you hear yourself? Someone offers you help and they are "thoughtless?"
  • Deb Manning Deb Manning on Jun 21, 2016
    Mark,piss off and mind your own business
  • Bryan's Workshop Bryan's Workshop on Jun 22, 2016
    Hello, the easiest way to hide granite and keep it in good condition is contact paper. There are so many options, it's easy to change when you get bored of it and your granite doesn't get ruined. I'm afraid concrete will have unwanted affects on it unless you cover the granite and seperately make concrete countertops to sit on the existing granite.
  • Tom Anderson Tom Anderson on Jun 23, 2016
    Concrete countertops are quite a challenge to make. If think you would need professional installation. The easiest fix would be slapping a laminate countertop on the top, in my opinion. But actually granite countertops are quite trendy at the moment. You can get it refinished and it would look quite nice. Not site that contact paper well be durable enough but for a temporary fix it would last for a while and be the easiest/cheapest method.