Product Description

Midnight Copper Kit

This kit includes the following:

  • 2 x – 16 oz “Base Series” Midnight Black Base Coat Paint
  • 1 x – 16 oz “Base Series” Magic Copper Accent Color Paint
  • 2 x – Faux Rollers – 4″
  • 1 x – 6″ High Density Foam Roller
  • 1 x – 24 oz Sealer Part A
  • 1 x – 8 oz Sealer Part B
  • 1 x – 48” Plastic Film Roll
  • 3 x – Sea Sponges
  • 1 x – Opener For Sealer
  • 2 x – 1” Foam Brushes
  • 1 x – Small Paint Brush
  • 1 x – Sealer Applicator
  • 4 x – Disposable Gloves
  • 2 x – Sanding Blocks
  • 1 x – Roll Painter’s Tape
  • 1 x – Terry Cloth

Painting laminate countertops to look like Granite? Yes you can! Resurface your kitchen or bath countertops with this brilliant Copper Granite countertop overlay.  Bursts of copper sparkle when light hits the counter!

Painting laminate countertops to look like Granite is easy and has little down time with this diy overlay paint kit.

This kit includes everything you need and has quicker dry times than any other kit on the market. This is a fool-proof system that can be completed in one day! And you can use your countertops the following day.

Step-by-step process videos give you the assurance you need to create a beautiful customized countertop. And you can brag to your friends that you did it yourself.

This coloration process uses 2 colors and is very simple.

First, apply the Midnight Black to entire surface of countertop using the 6 inch high density foam roller and 1 inch foam brush to get into the corners.

Then, use 4″ faux roller to apply the Magic Copper.  Use as much or as little of the Magic Copper you want by simply rolling more or less. A sponge is included for each accent color to get into corners or create a “veining” affect.

Finally, use the 4″ faux roller to apply the Midnight Black to the entire counter.  The more Midnight Black you use the less the Magic Copper color will show. This will also give a dimensional look to the countertop once the sealer has been applied.

This kit will cover approximately 50 square feet or 15 linear feet of countertop surface.