How to Paint Faux Marble Countertops for under $20 November 11, 2020
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by Kristin Smith onLearn how to paint your laminate countertops to look like real marble. We did a white and gray faux marble finish on our countertops then sealed them with water-based polyurethane. All for less than $20!