Here is my Rustoleum Countertop Transformation Review

January 26, 2012

Photo Jan 26, 5 30 07 PM Here is my Rustoleum Countertop Transformation ReviewIt was finally time to start remodeling my kitchen. First the original tile from the 80′s was pulled up and the cabinet kick plates removed. So I decided to refurbish the counter tops next. I purchased Rustoleum Countertop Transformation kit from Amazon for just over $200 in the desert sand color. The process is straight forward and the kit comes with a DVD and easy to read instructions. I will say, the old counter tops were a wood laminate that was very worn so I could have spray painted them and it would have been a huge improvement. Anyways, I thought this might be an inexpensive way to improve the kitchen and a project I could do myself.

Photo Jan 25, 7 01 14 PM Here is my Rustoleum Countertop Transformation Review
With inside of the instruction book it has a time table of how long each step of the process will take. My suggestion is to ignore this and understand it will take much longer and this was my only complaint of the whole process.  I highly recommend this product to confident “Do it yourselvers” that have the time to take on a project like this. Good job Mr. Rustoleum and this weekend I will be using your cabinet transformation product and I hope it has the same positive results.
If you would like to see the rest of the home remodel, here is the Facebook photo album link.

Update – Here are the cabinets done with Rustoleum cabinet transformations.


4 Responses to Here is my Rustoleum Countertop Transformation Review

  1. Rust-Oleum Scott on January 30, 2012 at 12:59 pm

    Don, thank you so much for using our Countertop Transformations product and for your honest review. We love seeing our products bring joy to our customers and I will forward on your comments to our Transformations brand team. Have a great week!

  2. Don Wiggins on January 30, 2012 at 1:14 pm

    Thanks for the reply.
    We just finished using your cabinet transformation product as well. I’ll post pics soon.
    It’s like walking into a different kitchen now.

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  4. zumbafitnessonxbox on October 12, 2012 at 12:44 am

    My sister and me did this on mu counter tops a yr and half ag .. they still look great , only downside is there was not enough of the epoxy top coat to make it smooth like granite , I receive many compliments even though its not really smooth

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