Cultured marble vanity tops look simple but you can make them more attractive by changing the colors. Browse and learn from our pictures on the gallery. A cultured marble counter top gives your kitchen or bathroom the simple elegance reminiscent of organic marble with greater practicality. The cultured marble vanity tops are a mixture of ground limestone and resin fiberglass . Unlike natural marble, cultured marble is completely waterproof, strong and very difficult to splinter.
- Dampen a soft cloth with warm distilled water and pass gently on the surface of cultured marble vanity tops. Then pass a dry cloth. Allow the surface to dry completely.
- Place a sheet of 150 grit sandpaper on an electric sander and pass across the surface of the cultured marble. Clean cultured marble vanity tops with a tack cloth to remove sanding dust.
- Spray paint the marble that is compatible with the surfaces of cultured marble vanity tops. Select the ringtone you want. Make even strokes and uniform spray can, making sure not to saturate some areas more than others. Let the paint dry and then do a second coat.
Pour a few inches of polymer resin in a container of paint roller. Dip the paint roller in the resin and apply it to your counter tops, using a paint roller. This paint will seal properly