How to Make White Veined Marble Color Recipe
Step #1: Add & Mix Additives
Add metallic powders, epoxy dyes and spray paints directly to your mixing buckets. Mix thoroughly with a mixing stick this will be used as a wash coat and a baseline for your secondary colors.
- Metallic powders
- Diamond Dust
- Spray Paints
Step #2: Mix your secondary color additives
Pour some of the epoxy from your main bucket into your smaller buckets and then add your secondary additives into these smaller buckets and cups, mix with a stir stick, but don’t overmix to ensure as much realism as possible
Step #3: Pour Out your first wash coat
Thinly apply a wash coat to your project. We tint our wash coat completely opaque. Pour the tinted epoxy on the center of your project
Step #4: Spread your first wash coat
use a mixing or paint stick to spread the first wash coat to evenly cover the board. Use your gloved hands to spread if you wish.
Step #5: Pour your second wash coat
Thinly apply your second wash coat to your project using a different tinted epoxy. Pour the tinted epoxy on the center of your project and use a gloved hand to spread.
Step #6: Adding your accent colors
With your leftover epoxy ad spray paint into the bucket and lightly mix to achieve the most natural look possible
Step #7: Pour Out Tinted Epoxy
Apply your tinted epoxy to your countertop by pouring directly on to your project out of the mixing cup. Overlap and layer the epoxy as desired. Pour out of a bucket, cup, to achieve desired look.
Step #8: Enhancing look with paint stick
Using a paint stick, gently move across areas of interest to enhance color effects, use a torch or heat gun to meld those areas back together
Step #9: Using excess epoxy to increase realism
With a gloved hand or paint stick, scoop up excess epoxy that has leveled off of the piece, and spread it over your epoxy project to achieve ultimate realism
Step #10: Melding epoxy and remove bubbles
In a sweeping motion use a Torch or heat gun to meld any epoxy effects as well as remove bubbles from your epoxy project. At this point your piece should be looking amazing and natural
Step #11: Scraping drips from the bottom of epoxy projects
After about 2-3 hours your epoxy project should start to “jell up” at this point you can take a gloved hand or a paint stick to the bottom edge and gently scrape the epoxy drips until the underside is smooth to the touch
Step #12: Enjoy Your New Countertops
You now have a completed White Veined Marble color coat, to learn how to do a clear coat, click this link https://www.stonecoatcountertops.com/over-old-tops You Got This!