Included in the White Marble with Brass Highlights 1/2, 1 & 2 gallon kit:
- 1/2, 1 or 2 gallon kit of Stone Coat Countertop Epoxy
- 1 - Antique Brass Metallic Spray Paint
- 1 - Silver Metallic Spray Paint
- 1 - Gloss White Spray Paint
- 1 - Gloss Black Spray Paint
Easy Epoxy Countertop Kits for the Home DIYer
Epoxy countertops are a growing trend, and with good reason. Epoxy resin has a remarkably short drying time, so results show quickly. Plus, the epoxy coating can be customized any way you want. Your kitchen or bathroom countertops will be high gloss recreations of any surface you can imagine:
Cultured marble? Yes!
Natural stone? Absolutely!
An exotic art piece? Why not?
But one of the biggest reasons why epoxy countertops are so popular right now is that you don’t need a contractor. DIYers can create incredible natural patterns and designs—with the right materials, that is.
Knowing which paints, dyes, and powders work best together isn’t obvious. Fortunately, we at Stone Coat have been doing this for a while, and we know exactly what looks good. Not only do we provide how-to instructions, we also take the guesswork out with our epoxy countertop kits.
What to Expect in an Epoxy Countertop Kit
Each epoxy countertop kit comes with everything you need to take your old countertops to the next level. Preselected dyes, paints, and powders ensure you get proven finishes that you can do at home. Whether you’re covering worn laminate, broken ceramic, or faded Formica, our countertop refinishing kits make it easy to create the look you want.
So, are you looking for a metallic epoxy countertop kit? Or perhaps white quartz? Maybe make a statement with sliced jade, or stay classic with gray marble? Every kit comes with the amount of epoxy and additives you need. Even if you want something incredibly intricate, like black exotic marble, we made it simple.
Our epoxy countertop kits come in a range of sizes to fit projects of any scope. Our kits range from small ½-gallons to large 4-gallon kits. Each ½ gallon covers 10 square feet, so to cover 40 square feet, you’d need 2 gallons. And of course, Stone Coat Countertops is ready to support you through your home project. For the DIY enthusiast, we’ve created a library of step-by-step instructions and how-to guides. And, if you’d rather watch, our instructional videos offer a detailed look at how to create a final product you can’t wait to show off.
You got this!