DIY Concrete Counter Island with Waterfall Edges – ( Concrete Overlay )
In this episode we’ll walk through the process of building a concrete counter using an easy-to-apply and durable concrete overlay. We’ll build up the thickness using plywood, and then apply a bonding agent so we can apply the concrete over the wood. The concrete flows down each end, giving it what is called a waterfall concrete counter, and will look great next to your appliances. This episode is sponsored by our friends over at Maytag. Check out the appliances in this video on their website… especially since May is Maytag Month! The brand is offering powerful deals from May 3 – June 6, so make sure to go to https://bit.ly/2qE1tzx for more details. #sponsored
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Last update 2020-09-20. Price and product availability may change.