How To Epoxy Countertops DIY

In this video, "How To Epoxy Countertops DIY" we show step by step all the tips and tricks to making your own epoxy countertops. We show how to make a template, tool check list, job layout, color choices, metallic spray, mimic granite techniques, veins both large and small, and more! This video is in depth free training that will explain it all! Feel free to call us anytime for free project support.

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Color Recipe:
Behr Paint and Primer in One: Suede Gray
Mix SCC Countertop Epoxy and tint with SCC Gray base color tint.
Pour, trowel, and chop the surface.
Torch.
Mist on SCC Clay, Blue earth, Deep silver, Copper, Ocean blue, White, and Black metallic colors mixed with 91% IPA.
Fog on Black spray paint and mist with Deep silver metallic color mixed with 91% IPA
Spray White Spray paint onto the end of a paint stick and drag it through the epoxy to create veins.
Repeat this with Black, Seaside, Brass, Lagoon, Chrome, Rustic orange, and Navy blue spray paints.
Torch to move the veins
Fog Navy blue spray paint onto the project
Rag the top with a rubber glove
Torch
Add more veins with your paint stick using Blue, White, and Seaside Spray paints.
Torch
24 hours later, sand your project with 220 grit sand paper and wipe off sanding dust with a paper towel.
Mix SCC epoxy leaving it clear, Pour, Trowel, and chop the surface.
Torch 3x
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