Kitchen Cabinet

Rustoleum Countertop Transformation | DIY Bathroom Makeover





Welcome back to the 2nd video of my DIY Bathroom Makeover Series! In this video, I am sharing a Rustoleum Countertop Transformation! I will show you how I …

source

37 comments

  1. Hey everyone! 😀 I appreciate ALL the support that I've received on this video so far. *For any of you that want to see how this has been holding up, I just completed a 5-month countertop update video that you can watch right here: 💖 https://youtu.be/LRdD62ZctEM

    Reply
  2. Hello, I did this to my counter in my bathroom and it turned out beautiful but OMG it was everywhere although I covered my walls and the whole mirror etc…. it still went airborne so yes cover everything 😊

    Reply
  3. You inspired me! What's funny is, my sink color and cabinets, look almost identical to mine (pre-makeover)

    Reply
  4. Hello! Great video 🙂 was wondering if the finish is smooth or dull ?

    Reply
  5. I did my bathroom countertop with this and it also came out great. Rust-Oleum makes some good products.
    You're right about wearing a mask. It's pretty strong. Your countertop looks great!

    Reply
  6. Would love to try this !! My bathroom is so dated

    Reply
  7. How long do you wait once finished before going back to using the the sink again??

    Reply
  8. does it fill in dime sized cracks/chips?

    Reply
  9. Looks very nice!

    Reply
  10. Thank you so much. I needed this video. I ordered the spray and my counter and sink turned out beautiful. Mine was an old outdated 70s 80s mustard yellow faux marble eyesore. Im especially thankful for your updated video.

    Reply
  11. My partner, and I need new kitchen countertops. We were quoted $17,000 dollars.
    So… instead of spending this money we will be painting them instead.
    These videos are very helpful!!

    Reply
  12. Lov this idea

    Reply
  13. Thanks for the video, my next project will be doing my bathrooms sink. I'm planning to update my chimney any tips? Tile, stencil, paint? I need ideas..
    I like to read the comments and tips. I subscribe to your channel. 😉😀☺

    Reply
  14. Love thanks for sharing ❤️🙏🏾

    Reply
  15. Can I use that on a kitchen counter?

    Reply
  16. What did you use on cabinet

    Reply
  17. Dear rattle-can DIY aspirstionals,

    A few novice mistakes to note here so, hopefully, you all can have even better results with even less risk.

    1.
    Do NOT be impatient and go heavy with each coat. It is NOT supposed to FULLY cover with each coat.

    2.
    Aim for LIGHT semi-transparent coats UNTIL the surface begins to become uniform. The coats will bond into each other all on their own as long as you are doing.your coats as directed by the manufacturer (see 3 for more on this).

    3.
    Aim for about 10-15 minutes after every THIN coat to apply the next (less time in dry climates, more in humid ones).

    4.
    If you are not going to remove the object being sprayed and are going to inevitably have to aim the can at angles, and horizontally – PLAN ACCORDINGLY – and do the horizontal surfaces FIRST to avoid inconsistent spray volume and aerated spatter.

    5. Give the can a vigorous shake about once every minute for about five seconds to ensure optimal paint mixture.

    6.
    For surface this size, expect to go through at least 3 cans. Remember, you don't want to go merely until the color looks renewed and shiny, you want to go until you have a nice solid ceramic-like shell to avoid it quickly chipping or wearing due to thin coverage.

    7.
    Finally, if you DO cause runs (drips) do NOT wipe or try to smooth with your finger. You WILL leave an imperfection (at best) in the end product. First, IF you are spraying from the recommended 12 inches (or roughly so, common distance) and doing THIN coats – this shouldnt even be an issue (unless you didn't fully dry the surface first). Simply wait for the paint to dry to the touch and then carefully try to WET sand the drip/bubble with about 300-400 grit sandpaper – lightly, wipe the area clean and use a tack cloth to pick up the lingering debris imperfections. Then resume thin coats until a uniform surface with consistency of color is achieved with several layers to achieve a long-lasting coating.

    Apply these tips to what was shown in the video (and tape more of the surrounding area – rattle can overspray mists will leave a very thin film on ANYTHING within several feet – especially in a confined space like a bathroom with not even a fan on) and you will end up with longer lasting, more durable, and more professional looking results.

    I honestly do know what I am talking about, I have done everything from budget panel and bumper repairs on cars, to complete and car and motorcycle paint jobs and home furniture and moulding restorations using rattle cans.

    Good luck!

    P.S. always wear SOMETHING over your mouth and nose or risk things like sinus infections – or, at least, overspra-filled boogers.

    Reply
  18. When you spray do nice smooth long strokes. More Light coats are better than sitting there shaking the can on the same spot which will give you runs

    Reply
  19. I used this on my pink bath tub.
    This product comes in a can as well and I used a foam roller for a smooth finish. Really looks great.

    Reply
  20. So clever and it looks great!!
    I JUST shared my bathroom makeover on a tight budget!
    Nothing better than getting the look for less! 🙂

    Reply
  21. How has it held up?

    Reply
  22. I have so many little lint fibers in mine, I feel like i ruined my counter tops. What can I do?

    Reply
  23. Very nice!!

    Reply
  24. I used this on my bath tub….came out GREAT….

    Reply
  25. I’ve done mine the same way and it turned out beautifully. Perfect

    Reply
  26. Nice work it looks good

    Reply
  27. Has anybody tried this on kitchen countertops?

    Reply
  28. Very nice . Looks good . Easy diy fix . Rustoleoum seems to be awesome for diy .

    Reply
  29. I’m getting ready to do this myself and glad I stumbled across this video 💪🏽

    Reply
  30. Awesome

    Reply
  31. Looks so nice!

    Reply
  32. Was one can of paint enough or did you need two ?

    Reply
  33. So glad I came across this, I'm in the process of redoing our guest bathroom and didn't have a clue what I was going to do with the countertop, it's just like yours before..liked and subscribed!!
    Much love from Atlanta, GA ♥️

    Reply
  34. Just want to thank you! I ordered both and am waiting for them to arrive. I already painted my walls before seeing this which is okay, I have extra paint and drop cloths. I am also going to wait on the flooring I bought. You’re videos are great!

    Reply
  35. Thanks for sharing this!! I’m going to try it out!! You made it look so easy so I’m hoping it goes well!!

    Reply
  36. I have a new can of this. Was going to do my rusty freezer door. Wonder if this would work on my always-easily-stained old Corian kitchen sink? And I have a yellowed bathroom vanity I will try this on, too.

    Reply
  37. What kind of paint did you use for the bathroom cabinets?

    Reply

Reply to Carlos Ramirez

Cancel reply