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Inset Kitchen Cabinets...Beaded Inset vs Plain Inset

por Mitch Nolan (2020-07-06)


I debated about what do to with the counter tops....thought about replacing them but we didn't really want to spend that kind of money so I started investigating other ways to change them. I looked at websites that showed how to paint them to look like marble and stuff and to me it just left a lot to be desired...Then I looked at the Rustoleum Counter Top Transformation Kit. I went to the hardware store where I knew they had the kits and I read the box many times...I even went back on another day and read it again...I was trying to decide if it was something I thought I could accomplish because once you do it you can't undo it!! I knew I would be stuck with it even if I totally screwed it up...I had to get up my courage first hahaha.

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Each of her cleaning bottles and sprays are placed neatly under the sink in plastic tubs from Howards Storage World and all towels, tea towels, blankets and duvets are folded to aesthetic perfection in the linen cabinet.

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t's really quite ironic in the kitchen business...All the same reasons we tore out and disposed of kitchens just 40 years ago...worn through, beat up, open joints, crackled cabinets with exposed hinges, thumb latches and magnetic catches are being replicated as fashionable new kitchens!!

After the instructed time has gone by start using the counter just like before...I know where my errors are and I see them but no one else sees them so that works for me!! I am so glad that I used the Rustoleum counter top transformation kit and now wish I had done it sooner. I like it so much that I decided to do my bathroom counter too!! I just love it and it looks so much better than the old stained counter that I saw before that has probably been in this house since the 50's. A new counter for 70.00 bucks!! I bought my kit when it was on sale!

For the sake of this hub I won't go into detail of how many times I had to fix bare spots but trust me....it took a while because I didn't use that second person in the previous step as instructed lol I like to think I can do things myself and most times I can but I should have complied haha

Ok...so I have waited the recommended amount of time since I applied the chips and now comes the true test....I have to remove the loose chips to reveal how well the chips really adhered to the counter top. There is a tool in the kit that you use to loosen the chips so you can remove them easier...you don't want any partially adhered chips because those will eventually become a problem. So you use the scraping tool, vacuum up all the loose chips and carefully inspect the counter to see if there are any spots where the chips didn't stick. I used small brushes and even q-tips to reapply some base coat and then reapply more chips to the area and then I worked on other areas while waiting for that to dry again. This is where having that second person in the previous process is important because you can get the chips down much faster so you will have to do less in this step as you won't have as many spots that didn't stick..

Comments flooded the post on Facebook, praising her packing and stacking methods, but some were a little confused about the individual plastic tubs (pictured) used for items like shaving cream and deodorant 

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I fully recommend this kit to anyone but strongly advice that you watch video tutorials and make sure you have that helper for the base coating/ chip spreading process. I would use this product again with confidence!! I also have used the Rustoleum cabinet transformation kits too but that is for a different page.

Comments flooded the post on Facebook, praising her 'satisfying' packing and stacking methods, but some were confused about the need for separating items like deodorant and shaving cream into individual plastic tubs.

After the entire counter has the top coat on it guess what??...Yep...time to wait again! You can't put anything on the counter for I think it was 24-48 hours and then only small items with no weight to them for about a week total... At least the counter will be clean and uncluttered lol

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