Custom Counter: I help out and start companies up. So yeah I talk crap and they still call and say how much. Last 2 make up to 70 k a month.
The man behind the curtain
Custom Counter: I'm the best out there so I can afford some haters;)
Custom Counter: Food grade....
Custom Counter: Good grade safe is just a slogan, it should be a catalyzed acrylic urethane
Di Fisher: I had the same thing happen as Jamie Karpiak (who commented a year ago and got no response). Can you please tell me what to do if you get a bubbly white finish after the first clear coat. I gently stirred the mixture and barely put any pressure on the roller when applying, plus I never went back over it because I didn't want to get more white patches. Can the first clearcoat be sanded and redone?
DJ NEW YORK: Can I buy your product at Home Depot or do I have to order directly from your company
Custom Counter: oh my god you suck Custom counter refinishing. look it up
Steve Playford: For the price tag of $200, you could probably just buy the entire counter top in the same finish, which is what I did instead of waiting the month it took to transport it to the local HH store. Ridiculous.
Malinda Bills: I have tile countertops and would love to do this over tile, but it seems like you would first need to fill in the grout lines in order to have a smooth surface. Any thoughts on whether or not this can be done over tile counters?
mercury90hp: who's idea was it to have that incredibly irritating background tune? When you find them,kick them in the balls. God how freaking irritating when you are trying to listen to an instructional video.
givemeaforkingname: Not exactly " Overnight " as the box states. Weren't there at least two allow to dry/cure for 24 hours ? The second coat of "stone" before applying the first clear coat, and the second/final clear coat before light use. With a recommended full week of curing.
Still, thanks for the video, it will be helpful in making my consideration to try it or not.
Evelyne Millien: Hi, I have applied a first coat of clear coat epoxy on an existing concrete countertop. The resulting surface is not very soft. I want to apply a second coat. Should I sand between 2 coats to obtain a soft surface after the second coat? If not, how can I get a softer surface with the second coat? Thank you!
Pat Aglaia: Hi, how does this work with counter-tops with square edges?
delfino hernandez: that's a rookie job... better get a contractor company... i have some years experience ...
Da Beginner: Where can I buy the kit?
hairsplash4147: I used this product and was not happy with the dark slate. The epoxy that you do at the end left big cloudy spots. We followed the instructions to a t. Perfectly. People who choose the lighter stone colors, won't see this because the darker you go the more you will see it. I had to go to Timber Mart and buy a melamine to cover it up. It looks beautiful. Its nice and texturized because of the stone product. But in the end I had to cover it up with melamine.
Scott ONanski: If I wanted to get a glass-smooth finish, would I able able to use 320 grit for the stone, and maybe three coats of the finish with a 400 grit sand in between?
Richard Baumeister: Is the clear coat FDA approved for food service application?
London5Stars: Yes I like this idea. But can you purchase this in the UK?
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