Model # 263206

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Rust-Oleum Specialty 1 qt. Cobblestone Premix Countertop Coating Interior Paint (Case of 2)

Rust-Oleum Specialty

1 qt. Cobblestone Premix Countertop Coating Interior Paint (Case of 2)

$3896 /case
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Product Overview

Rust-Oleum Countertop coating is a one step, chemical and moisture resistant finish that renews and restores laminate countertops, cabinets and furniture. It adheres to laminate as well as vinyl, wood and metal. One can of paint will cover approximately 25 lin. ft. of an average countertop.

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Container Size
1 QT-Quart
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
25 ft²


Application Method
Coating Product Category
Color Family
Browns / Tans
Dry to touch (min.)
Paint & Primer in One
Paint/Stain Base Material
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Mineral Spirits
Paint/Stain Key Features
Mildew Resistant
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Cabinet & Countertop
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Time before recoating (hours)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Satisfaction guaranteed for full refund of purchase price

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this be used on concrete counters?

Asked by: Karina
I didn't use it on a concrete counter top, but it should work great. We covered our old formica counter top a few years ago and it's still holding strong.
Answered by: Autobroker
Date published: 2017-08-02

Can I use it on a table top my kitchen table lost its luster if not what can I use to get it shiny

Asked by: SCR
This will leave a nice finish on your counter top. And once it hardens, it's a nice hard surface. Though not as hard as formica, but still a really good product.
Answered by: Autobroker
Date published: 2017-08-02

I would like to see all custom colors available

Asked by: Rlp1755
Our 1 qt. Cobblestone Premix Countertop Coating Interior Paint has already been tinted to the color Cobbleston, however here is a link to all of the colors that Countertop Coating Tint-Base can be tinted to:
Answered by: Rust-OleumSupport
Date published: 2017-07-06

Can this be used on a sanded side plywood ??

Can this be used on a sanded side plywood ??
Asked by: jon
Yes, you can. You should make sure the surface is very clean and free of debris before using this coating.
Answered by: Autobroker
Date published: 2017-08-02
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Customer Reviews

1 qt. Cobblestone Premix Countertop Coating Interior Paint (Case of 2) is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bubbles everywhere. Hated it!... Bubbles everywhere. Hated it!
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for a quick remodel, but not the same as formica This product is good if you have a dated countertop, but do not mistake it for formica. The coating is strong, however there are drawbacks compared to formica. The finish is good, but not as smooth as a formica counter top. The finish is also not as hard as formica and it gives me the feeling that this material cannot be abused like formica. The painting process needs a lot of preliminary work. The counter top must be clean and it's a good idea to scuff the surface (if glossy). You must tape off everything that you do not want painted. The paint has a pretty strong odor, so keep the windows open. Be careful not to let any airborne particles hit the wet paint. I don't get the feeling that this will be as long lasting as formica. I also think that this material may scratch easily and may burn if a hot pot is left on. If you hate your countertop and don't want to put new formica on top, then this is what you need. If you're thinking about doing this for a rental property, I advise against it. Tenants are too tough on things.
Date published: 2014-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from From Aweful To Awesome My horrible bathroom laminate countertop is better than new again after using Rustoleum's Countertop Coating in cobblestone finish. It's so gorgeous now. The old countertop never looked this great even when it was new. The cobblestone finish is warm and neutral, true to the color shown on the box. It's the perfect complimentary backdrop for an undecided tile backsplash I plan on installing this year. The coating is a special gel-like mixture that once applied with a high density foam roller actually levels and melds itself together, blending beautifully without the worry of brushstrokes. After protecting the surrounding area with Pro Mask Blue Bloc-It painters tape, I worked quickly rolling on the countertop coating before the hardening agents set up. My small bathroom countertop took about 20-30 minutes of time to apply the coating and used between one-third to one-half of the 32 ounce container. A second coat may be applied after 24 hours and I'm going to do that tonight because I love it so much and want the extra durability of two coatings. I'm so impressed how self-healing this countertop coating is and how easy it is to get amazing looking countertops. It works on other surfaces such as wood, metal and vinyl, so after putting the second coat on the bathroom, I'm going to use the remaining amount on a shelf that needs updating. I would love, love, love to do another countertop coating for the faux butcher block countertop in the kitchen.
Date published: 2014-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product is the real deal! I've waited to write this review for over a year, and it's been worth the wait. I originally used this Rustoleum Counter Paint last spring, but wanted to write a review AFTER putting the paint to the test over the course of a year in my kitchen. And in my opinion, this countertop coverup is, in a word, wonderful! It has withstood a year of my kitchen antics without a problem, and in the process has saved me the ton of money it would have cost to replace the original 1962 custom-designed counters. Rustoleum offers quite a variety of colors in this specialty product, so you should have no problem finding a color suited to your kitchen decor. I went with the cobblestone, feeling it gave my kitchen a "classier" counter. Prior to applying the paint, I checked out a few videos that are posted online, to glean any tips before tackling this project. Once ready, all I had to do was properly prep my counter for the painting (prep is everything when painting), and wait for a period of several days when I knew I could leave the kitchen windows open, to dissipate any fumes from the enamel. The paint, whether applied by brush or roller, goes on smoothly, and I was very pleased at how evenly it settled to a smooth flawless coat. Though really anxious to get back to using my kitchen, I resisted the urge and gave the Rustoleum ample curing time before I resumed using the counters. I've dropped utensils on it, thrown bags of groceries on it, spilled stuff on it-- you name it, I've probably done it. And the counter looks the same. No stains, no chips, nothing-- it still looks great. I highly recommend this paint for anyone who wants to update their counters in a cost-effective way.
Date published: 2015-04-27
Date published: 2015-02-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Challenging to get right We read the reviews prior to using this product and new that the application was a delicate process. With that in mind, we approached the application with the utmost care and preparation and purchased the highest quality rollers and brushes. It was disappointing and the product was extremely finicky. We ended up doing five or six coats before it finally looked good enough to call it done. Even then, we weren't thrilled with the finished product but at least it made the countertop look more contemporary. Don't overwork it the product, don't sand the product between finishes, even if you let if harden for a week. Apply it fast and thick with high-quality tools and you may succeed very well.
Date published: 2014-09-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks good I used this to refresh my 1960s bathroom vanity countertop. Cleaned the top completely then slowly applied the countertop paint. You need good ventilation when applying it as it has a strong VOC odor. Also, be sure to follow the instructions carefully to get the best results. I did so and was pleased with the initial result. It appears to be an even coat and at least so far has not chipped.
Date published: 2016-04-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor results The paint color (taupe) was just right. I used the pain in my master bathroom. But, I followed the application directions and the results were not smooth. I used a foam roller brush and the roller tracks were visible in places. Since the edges where I used a regular brush looked better at first, I used a brush for a second coat - still poor results. I applied a third coat with the foam roller. Not smooth - roller marks are visible as well as brush marks where the roller wouldn't fit. I can only think that the images I saw of perfectly smooth countertops were because the paint was applied with a paint sprayer. From afar, the countertop looks good, but close up - not good. The directions were to let dry for 3 full days. I waited 4, and put my stuff back on the counter top. My blow dryer left a mark, so I moved everything back off to wait more days. Very disappointing results. Spraying it on would probably work better but that is another cost to either buy or rent a paint sprayer.
Date published: 2014-11-16
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