Day 4: Solid Color Countertops Using Concrete Pigment
Vibrant, Solid Color Countertops for the Kitchen and Bathroom
Easy to Use DIY Color Option
Concrete pigment produces a rich, consistent solid color countertops and is by far the easiest DIY option for customers. Just add the powdered concrete pigment into the mix and pour! Direct Colors offers pre-measured pigment color packs designed to create each color on our color chart in 50lb. of concrete countertop or overlay mix. With over 100 color possibilities to choose from, how could you go wrong? Easy to use. No mess, no fuss!
Integrally colored countertops can be polished to a mirror-like shine or sealed with a polyurethane or epoxy/polyurethane combination for a deep, glossy finish. Existing Formica or tile countertops can resurfaced using an integrally concrete overlay as well. For more information on concrete overlay for countertops, visit our How to Videos and Guides page.
Today’s image was submitted by River’s Edge Countertops and features an integrally colored countertop sealed with Penetrating Lithium Hardener Sealer and polished up to 3000-grit for the highest possible shine. Visit our Countertop Supplies page for everything you need for your next countertop project!