Flintstone coating transforms dated kitchen countertops and vanities with the look of stone. Its unique flecked properties mimic stone but without the cost of replacement.
Most of the time kitchen counters and vanity tops are in good shape. There might be a few nicks or stains, but that's about it. The nicks can be filled in and the stains will be covered up. After coating with Flint-Stone, the counter or vanity will have the sought-after stone look popular for kitchens and baths today.
The best part may be that Flintstone is available in a myriad of colors. That means almost any decor can be matched with a Flintstone product.
Most homeowners spend between $1,600 and $4,100 to get new kitchen counters. Refinishing is way below even the lowest figure. That means customers get a beautiful kitchen while saving tons of money. It's a win-win.
Select colors are only available in GALLON-size containers. Please see the noted list below.
Our 20 Colors Are:
The final finish can vary due to variations in the paint, equipment settings, and spraying technique. For best results, try to avoid application in humid conditions, or when the temperature is below 60 F or above 100 F. Flint-Stone must be applied with a #5 (2.2 mm) needle!
We offer two types of clear coating for the flint-stone.
If you are NOT using a primer, we highly
suggest using our newly formulated Essentials Kitchen Renew Satin Clear Coating. It is applied to the countertop in three even crosshatch patterns immediately (wet-on-wet) after the Flint-Stone is applied. Each coat of Kitchen Renew Satin Clear dries to tack in 15 minutes with good air flow, normal humidity and temperature.
If you are using an epoxy primer then we highly suggest our 320 Clear Coating, available in both High and Low gloss.
WARNING: This product can expose you to Titanium dioxide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.