White concrete countertop is an excellent choice when you want a solid surface that is indestructible, looks modern and is cheap. The only real disadvantage of concrete on your dishes is that they tend to be a bit boring. Fortunately, painting is a major cure for killing, gray counters. Painting concrete can done on a weekend and looks good for several years.
Ideas for paint white concrete countertop, patch cracks and holes with epoxy cracking filler and filler. Smooth filler in the cracks to achieve a smooth surface. Allow the pasta to dry completely. Clean the surface of the concrete counter with mild soap and water. Be sure to eliminate all greases and substances from the counters so that the color will firmly attached to the concrete. Use a steel brush to scrub the counters until they are approximately the same consistency as 180 grit sandpaper. This amount of texture will allow the color to adhere to the concrete evenly and without peeling.
Then for paint white concrete countertop, from the corners and corners, brush the epoxy primer on the counters. After cutting into these areas, use a scroll to roll on epoxy trim to the main surfaces. Allow the primer to dry. Using a similar technique as the one used for the primer, apply the color to the surface of the disc. Several thin layers of paint will provide more durable coverage than a thick coat. Because counters are subjected to a lot of wear, be sure to use the paint in thin layers, making each layer dry completely before applying another. Roll a polyurethane topcoat to protect the counters from normal wear. Polyurethane comes in matt, satin or glossy finish.