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Question DetailsAsked on 10/9/2015

Is using the granite or stone countertop paint a good alternative to new countertops? I.E. Does it look good?

Our bathroom has the old 60s white with gold fleck vanity top. It has rust stains and looks dated. I'm a good painter and am willing to spend the time if the faux stone paint will look nice. What do you think?

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I can't imagine it would unless you are a Michelangelo (or last long) - but you can see images of what it looks like by googling this search phrase - faux stone paint images.

Generally a new countertop is only a few hundred $ - or about $100 range for DIY work, so I would go that route if I were you.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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