Add a new feeling and style of an old countertop resurfacing with a new hue. Simply change the countertop paint colors can instantly give the whole room a new impetus, drastically upgrade that area. Before replacing a countertop paint colors, invest in the appropriate primers, enamel and glosses to preserve the tone of the counter and improve durability.
Select a countertop paint colors that complements the decor of your kitchen and the combination of colors. Clean the hob with mild cleaning spray cleaner. Sand the countertop can soften imperfections on the surface. Prepare the surface with 100 percent acrylic primer. Invest in a flash primer bonds so that it can adhere firmly to the laminate. Use a brush to evenly coat with primer counter, as indicated on the product label.
Allow the primer to dry for 30 minutes. Apply a second coat of primer. Allow the primer to dry for 24 hours before applying the color. Apply desired enamel paint color. Apply three thin coats of paint to the surface of the countertop. Allow each coat to dry for 30 minutes before repainting it. Seal the paint with three layers of satin or high gloss polyurethane no yellowing add durability to the surface of the countertop.