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Rust-Oleum Transformations 70 oz. Charcoal Large Countertop Kit
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Rust-Oleum Transformations

70 oz. Charcoal Large Countertop Kit

  • Simple and easy installation
  • Silicone epoxy formula that won't yellow
  • Resistance to stains and water
$224.15 /each

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Replace your dirty, dingy or dated countertops with the look of granite without the cost and mess of a total replacement. The 1 qt. Charcoal Large Countertop Kit from Rust-Oleum Transformations makes it so easy, anyone can do it. With quick and hassle-free application, you can completely transform the look of your countertops in a single weekend to reveal an elegant, updated style.

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Does it come premixed or do you have to go to the store and combine all of the contents?

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October 11, 2016
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October 13, 2016
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Happy to clear things up, Eric! Rust-Oleum Countertop Transformations comes pre-tinted and the 2-part top coat is mixed at home when ready for application.
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October 11, 2016
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This item comes pre-mixed.
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What Rust-Oleum product would be used to refinish the sink? Our counters and sink are one-piece ...

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October 25, 2016
What Rust-Oleum product would be used to refinish the sink? Our counters and sink are one-piece cultured marble. Apparently, the "Countertop Transformations" kit materials are not made to withstand the amount of regular water contact that a sink would get.
Whatever the Rust-Oleum product might be, is this going to be available in the same stone colors that the "Countertop Transformations" kits are?
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October 27, 2016
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Great question, Steve! Rust-Oleum Countertop Transformations are not recommended for use on sinks.
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How do i repair a chip - happend a year later

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October 6, 2016
A coffee cup was dropped on the counter top & now has a chip down to the original counter surface, how can it be repaired? I no longer have any of the kit remaining. Thank You.
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October 7, 2016
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Let's talk about this in more detail Charlie. You can reach us at (888) 577-8459.
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Does this come in a grey or white?

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August 15, 2016
Any product that comes more in that color? Or can we add something to it to make it lighter? Can we lay a different adhesive color?
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August 17, 2016
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Rust-Oleum Countertop Transformations Kits are available in Charcoal, Onyx, Desert Sand and Java Stone color options.
http://www.homedepot.com/s/Rust-Oleum%2520Countertop%2520Transformations%2520Kit?NCNI-5
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70 oz. Charcoal Large Countertop Kit is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 148.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome product! Thrills with the results! This countertop kit was easy to use and worked exactly as described. We couldn't be any happier with the results and receive many compliments on the transformation. Thank you!
Date published: 2016-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks great, however was a little difficult to work with and it came with way more chips than nec... Looks great, however was a little difficult to work with and it came with way more chips than necessary. I covered approx 20 sq ft of countertop and used about 3/4 of the basecoat and only about half of the topcoat. Only needed 1/3 of the paint chips and there was so many of them that never landed on the countertop! My only piece of advice, other than read the directions very carefully, do the basecoat and chips in 10 sq. ft. sections, the basecoat dries so fast even in >50% humidity and temperature around 66. You don't have to worry about lap lines in the basecoat as it gets completely covered in chips and sanded down afterwards.
Date published: 2016-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gives a fresh modern look. I bought this to refresh a beach condo and make it more up to date. This product did the trick, it gave the kitchen a more up to date look, and so far is holding up well. I also used the cabinet transformation kit on my cabinets, and was pleased too. The pictures shows how it made a change. The counter tops only took two short work sessions to complete. The only real work was the sanding on the second day. The clear coat is very strong so be ready to exit for a while to get fresh air. Make sure you understand that its not going to make your countertops look like marble or a high-end look. It will transform you out dated tops to a more up to date look, for a less expensive price.
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from not bad for the price Worked well looked nice. New counter tops are similarly priced unless you want real granite. The part behind the faucet was very difficult. Did not stick to old caulking. Should have removed it. Used the cabinet and counter top kit. For less than $500 it looks good.
Date published: 2016-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice way to inexpensely remodel kitchen counters Easy to follow directions. My wife loved the step by step DVD directions. We worked on it together. Over the two days with a couple hrs each day, counters look beautiful. It is a little messy when applying chips but worth it.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This product is by far the best countertop painting option available. The system uses a base coat... This product is by far the best countertop painting option available. The system uses a base coat, color chips, and a clear 2 part epoxy. This is not for the beginner DIYer. The product can be unforgiving. I’ll elaborate a bit. First, the base coat MUST be applied without any skippers (spots you can see through from dry rolling) or roller edges (lines left from a wet edge of the roller) and runs or drips have to be fixed. You won’t see any streaks. Focus on making the surface smooth. If you bump a spot you can apply additional base coat and “throw” color chips at it to get them to stick. However, you still might see an inconsistency if you don’t take your time. The color chips WILL end up everywhere. Just expect it and move on. Nothing a shop vac won’t fix later. If you have less than 30% humidity fire up a humidifier at least a day in advance before you even start to prep. Here’s a quick break down of the process. My timeline was a few hours prep, an hour or so for base / color chips, about 24 hours before I sanded the chips, then cleanup etc. patched my tape / plastic, then another hour or so for the top coat. 48 hours later I covered the counter with a light drop cloth and installed a backsplash and new sink. Prep work, Clean, Sand, tape, light up the area, Base, color chip, base, color chip, base color chip, wait 12 hours, sand, vacuum, clean, sweep and vacuum, dust house, vacuum dog hair, take kids to grandparents, mix 2 part topcoat, take your time and roll / brush your counters wait 2 days before light use. Here are my tips that I learned throughout the process: Watch the DVD twice. There are pointers and tips they mention that they don’t really highlight. CLEAN the counters. If you don’t remove any residue from oil, etc. it will clog up your sanding sponge. You can buy these at your local home store. Sand the counters down to remove any shine. Lighting is key, otherwise you can’t see the imperfections that will appear when dry and during different times of the day. Set a timer for 10 minutes before you start to apply your base coat. Once it starts to dry you have to reapply. Don’t forget to use the “wetter” provided. But don’t go crazy or it will make the base too thin and you will see through it. Attention to detail - don’t rush even though you feel pressed for time. Get a friend to spread the chips if you can. Pay attention to where you put your roller tray so you don’t end up putting color chips in it when you apply. You will have way more than enough color chips. Go crazy here. Load them up so you can’t see one square centimeter of base coat. What doesn’t stick will get vacuumed up later. Use the hand sanding sponges provided don’t bother with a sander. I contacted support and they said I could try a 60 / 80 grit and tried both. In the end you aren’t saving any time and it’s really not as much work as it looks. If you have a large area (say around 50 square feet) buy a second smaller kit. You can NOT reuse this stuff so having another can of top coat, a second sanding sponge, and additional basecoat could really save you if you need to go back and fix anything either during or after the process. If I had to do it again I’d have a backup kit standing by but I didn’t have great lighting either so if you do maybe you can keep from needing to go back and fix something. Hope this wordy review helps someone else out there.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well It worked well. I used it on an out door bar so that's a little different than it's intended use. The kit is very well thought out. It's definitely a little bit challenging but if you follow the directions it comes out well. It's not granite but I did have a few mistake it for stone from a distance. Overall a very good product.
Date published: 2016-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rust-oleum transformation This product worked great. It is very easy to use but you have to follow the instructions there is a lot of preparation before and after with sanding but the more you put into it the better the end result I would definitely use this again looks great.
Date published: 2017-01-04
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