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Come Learn from Kelli on how to Paint Bathroom Sink and Countertop Makeover

First up, supplies:

-  Rustoleum Tub & Tile kit -  4-inch paint roller (& tray if desired) -  fine-bristled paint brush -  craft sponge brushes -  Comet -  sponge & more on the blog

Remove your faucet and any old caulk from the counter.  Scrub the sink and counter with comet and a sponge and rinse well.

Getting Started

Beware of Bubbles!

 My husband and I each started one sink and someone got kicked off of his project because **cough**PAINT BUBBLES**cough**.

Brush the edges

Don’t do that!  By the time I saw it, they were half dry.  So, I let it dry, sanded the bubbles down, and went back for the brush!

The trick with this stuff is not to get a super thick layer on there, but not too thin either.  Too thick = bubbles and drips.

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