The Time I Spray Painted My Countertops... and Why You Should Too!

If you've followed any of my DIY's you know that spray paint is a staple for me. Would you believe it if I told you I even spray painted my countertops?!
Yes, this dated 50's bathroom was in desperate need of some updating, and I knew I had to do something about the countertops.
We ended up selling this house very shortly after completing this, but I would definitely recommend sealing it with a countertop sealer for long term results.
Along with spray painting the countertops I also painted everything white and added a larger mirror. It completely changed the look of the whole bathroom for under $200. For more details and other DIY's head on over to my blog! To see the rest of this tutorial head to www.BrightGreenDoor.com or click on the link at the bottom of this page.
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  • Kay Kay on Jan 19, 2019

    Wow ... just what I needed to see today!! Did you remove the counter tops to the garage to paint them?

  • Kay Kay on Jan 19, 2019

    If you had used the pour-on counter top sealer, how would you work with a bullnose edge?

  • Virginia Virginia on Dec 22, 2019

    What was the name of the paint

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