One of the biggest advantages is that, in case one or more of the tiles get cracked, chipped or damaged in any other way, you can replace them without having to get a new countertop.
are on-trend right now, for many people even replacing the granite that was the elite countertop material of choice for the last 10-20 years. You may or may not be aware that you can replicate the look of with a concrete underlayment called Ardex Feather Finish, spread onto existing countertops and sealed with multiple layers of sealant…and for a fraction of the cost of custom concrete countertops.
Step 3: Mix up a small amount of Ardex Feather Finish. The manufacturer’s instructions recommend a 2:1 powder-to-water ratio. This is a good place to start, and you’ll be able to tell if that’s the ratio that works for you. It’s important to use the same ratio for each batch that you mix up for one layer, because even small differences in water content can (and will) slightly alter the color/darkness of the dried concrete. You’ll probably be mixing up several batches per layer.
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