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Old 04-28-2014, 01:37 PM   #1
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I'm adding onto my counter top and need to make it look uniform. Has anyone had any experience with the roll on granite countertop refinishing kit?

http://www.daichcoatings.com/spreads...ertop_kit.html

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any time your adding a "paint" like compound to a surface it can be scratched off with enough force, you might need to keep reapplying this stuff over time.

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I do not have any direct experience, but I did speak with someone who had applied it as a DIY, and after probably about a year said it still looked great.

They did tell me that you can not use it in a sink application (apparently not for rather heavy wet conditions).

The stuff began I think with a G.... sorry can't remember the exact name, but pretty sure I'd recognize it.

I want to use it in a rehab, just haven't had the chance.
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It is better that you can get an expert opinion on it.
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BUYER BEWARE !!!

You should first get some "real" testimonials from previous users or find someone you can actually talk with that has used the product. Don't accept scripted comments you find on the Internet.

I have never seen any paint-on product used on a counter-top that really worked or lasted.
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