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Countertop Refinishing Kit
  • $215.95

  • Direct Colors Countertop Refinishing Kit Is a great, low-cost option to remodel your kitchen, bathroom and outdoor living space countertops. Each kit covers 60 sq. Feet. All tools included.

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    • Overlay 50 lb - 1
    • Tinted Sealer Qt. - 1
    • Epoxy 24 oz - 2
    • Metallic Pigment - 2
    • Notched Squeegee 10 mil - 1
    • Spiked Roller - 1
    • Squeegee Trowel - 1
    • 4" Roller handle, 2 jackets, 1 paint tray - 1
    • Wooden Stir Stick - 1
    • Cleaning Cloths - 3

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Direct Colors Countertop Refinishing Kit is a great, low-cost option to remodel your kitchen, bathroom and outdoor living space countertops. You can sand just about any existing surface and apply our concrete overlay for a true concrete finish that is lighter, simpler and quicker than traditional concrete pours.

Learn How to Resurface Your Existing Countertops with Concrete Overlay

Coverage rate for the kit is approximately 60 square feet  using a 1/8" skim coat. This may range depending on texture of application surface.

Concrete Overlay Over Plywood

  1. Select ¾" plywood with a sturdy base that exhibits no flex.
  2. Attach hardy backer board (or similar concrete board) to the plywood using non-corrosive screws.
  3. Fill all seams with a two-part epoxy and allow for a 16 hours dry time.
  4. Once epoxy has cured, sand the areas down flush using 180-grit non-loading sandpaper.
  5. Thoroughly clean all dust and debris from the surface in preparation for the overlay.
  6. Do not apply overlay directly to unsealed plywood.
  7. Always seal wood first using a urethane or lacquer based sealant.
  8. Allow to dry according to manufacturer's recommendations prior to overlaying.

  1. Ensure the existing countertop is well reinforced and exhibits no flex.
  2. Scuff the surface with a 120-grit non-loading sandpaper.
  3. Wipe the area down with a damp cloth to remove any dust and debris and allow to dry. Fill all seams with a two-part epoxy and allow for a 16 hour cure time.
  4. Once cured, sand the areas down flush using 180-grit non-loading sandpaper.
  5. Thoroughly clean all dust and debris from the surface in preparation for the overlay.
  6. Overlay the vertical surfaces before the countertop face.

  1. Scuff the surface with a 120-grit non-loading sandpaper.
  2. Wipe the area down with a damp cloth to remove any dust and debris and allow to dry.
  3. Fill all seams with a two-part epoxy and allow for a 16 hour cure time. Once cured, sand the areas down flush using 180-grit non-loading sandpaper.
  4. Thoroughly clean all dust and debris from the surface in preparation for the overlay. Overlay the surface and allow to dry for 3-6 hours or until the overlay achieves a uniformly light gray color.
  5. Apply a second skim coat and smooth with a magic trowel to prevent tile "ghosting" unless that is the desired finish.

Polished Concrete Overlays

One-Step Concrete Overlay may be polished only when applied at a minimum of ¼" depth or more.


Our helpful videos describe the step-by-step process from start to finish. We also offer a detailed How to Guide: How to Apply Concrete Overlay that outlines how to prepare and apply overlay to every countertop surface material the product can be successfully used with.

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