Faux granite countertop paint is an easy and inexpensive way to update your kitchen design. Faux-painting kits are available that include all the necessary materials you need to transform your desk in just a few hours. First step clean the old timer too. Remove grease, oil, wax or dirt that could interfere with paint adhesion. Let the counter to dry thoroughly before painting.
Roll the base coat of faux granite countertop paint. Ensure that all areas of the old colors are completely covered. The result will be an area of flat, solid color. Use the sponge provided in the kit to dab a second color at first. Press the sponge in a random pattern across the bar. Granite is a natural stone that has a lot of variation, so keeping the random pattern for an authentic look.
Use a second sponge to apply a third color to the counter. Keep this random application, thus avoiding some areas and applying more to others for a nice mix of light and dark. Allow the faux granite countertop paint to dry overnight. Roll in a transparent top layer of urethane to protect the paint and make his raincoat counter. Ensure complete coverage for better protection, and let the urethane dry for 24 hours