Concrete Countertops, Training, Materials and Tools
CONCRETE COUNTERTOPS - COVERING OVERLAYS & SOLID POUR
Covers Start To Finish of Making High End Concrete Countertops Going over existing surfaces such as formica or tiled countertops.
Methods of Making Decorative Concrete Training In Countertop Overlays
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CONCRETE COUNTERTOP CLASS:
Covers All the Methods, Techniques and Trade Secrets used in the Decorative Concrete Countertop Industry as well as Our Own Exclusive Methods, and Raw Material Formulations to efficiently construct Solid Pour Countertops or Overlays over Formica or Tiled Countertops.
Covers Basic Cements, Hydraulic Cements, Hybrid Polymers, Aggregates, Synthetic Aggregates, Colorants, & Sealant options for all Construction Methods. Forming, Troweling, Stamping, Specialty Texturing, as well as our own exclusive methods of Replicating Textures, Creating Chiseled Edges and producing Dazzling Inlay Applications for Solid Pours or Overlay Techniques over existing Countertops.
Covers how to create High End Concrete Countertops through the use of Molds, Specialty Material Blends, Polishing Methods, Carving Methods, Multi-Colored Cements, Crushed Metals and Marble Dust Stacking, Finish Polishing & Vast options of Color Stacking.
SIGN UP FOR THE NEXT 2 DAY TRAINING SEMINAR (67 Videos ALSO Included)
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SIGN UP FOR THE ONLINE CLASS (67 Videos Included)
1st Measure Your Countertop Length x Width = Sq.Ft. Of Countertop Space
Average Countertop Dimensions - 40 to 60sq.ft.
Raw Materials Needed For 40 to 60sq.ft.
- 2 Marble/Bond Base Mix
- 1 SBC Liq. Polymer
- 1 2 Gallon Kit Countertop Epoxy
- 1 32oz All Purpose Sealer (Optional)
- 2 Epoxy Pigments (Color of Choice & Optional)
- 6 Concrete Stains/Thermal Acrylics (Colors of Choice & Optional)
- Mica Flakes & Mica Powder (For creating the most realistic Stone Look & Optional)
|MATERIALS (Linked Items Can Be Purchased Through SBC)|
|Marble/Bond Base Mix|
|SBC Liq. Polymer|
|All Purpose Sealer|
|Concrete Stains, Thermal Acrylics|
|Mica Flakes & Powders|
TOOLS YOU WILL NEED:
• Polisher with Pads (100, 200 & 50)
• Pizza Cutter
• Denatured alcohol
• Margin Trowels
• Bucket cleaner trowel
• Dixie cups
• Steele wool #0000
• Spay bottles for acrylic colors
• Chip brushes
• Small foam rollers
• Home depot buckets for mixing
• Pain sticks for stirring epoxy