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Old 01-08-2020, 12:09 PM   #1
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I am just about at the point in my DIY barndo build where I need to start considering countertops. I have most of the cabinets built but lacking the island but that will come in time.
The home is not a showpiece and will be left to our girls when we pass and not concerned with resell. The Mrs and myself were set on having granite countertops but now are considering the concrete option. I am not opposed to doing them myself though they are a bit laborious.
I have been looking online and at videos and they seem to be a good option for the modern farmhouse style we have chosen.

My question is that anyone here have pros and cons on them? Maybe someone has done them in their home and can share info and pictures. The good , bad and the ugly? Do you use a batch made mix or store bought mix?
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We almost did them, but finally decided on granite. A buddy of mine did them, and they turned out great. He bought the molds online for the edges, and just used a store bought mix.
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Following. Thinking about this for an outdoor kitchen.
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Old 01-08-2020, 02:40 PM   #5
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I have them in my house. Used a contractor to do them, but if I ever redo them I would do them myself. Really easy to do. He had the mold for the rough edge that looks like broken stone. Then they have an epoxy finish. He messed up on the color so the second coat of epoxy has stain in it. Originally it was stained concrete with a clear finish. They have been really durable, but the epoxy scuffs some. He used the 5000 psi concrete from home depot.
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You can use fiberglass insulation to create an edge, also.

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We did a rental with them. I love em, they looked great. also check out a product called
nevermind... Here is the link

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I did concrete countertops on my outdoor grill station and they are great. They are fairly easy to do. Use melamine board to make your forms. I tried first using normal concrete and it did not turn out very well. So I tore those out and re-did it with Quikrete Countertop Mix. You can get it through Home Depot but they never have it in stock. I had to drive to North Dallas to get mine. Iím sure you can order it as well. I also a small metal rebar that I layer into the forms before I poured the concrete. Then I used the handle of a sander to vibrate the forms to get as many air bubbles out as I could. After it sets, remove your forms and stain. I used a Kemiko stain as they are based in Houston. Then I sealed it with just a concrete sealer from Home Depot. They arenít perfect but I got the rustic look I was going for. Name:  E4235BBD-1902-4946-B625-DB77F9029A15.jpg
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wowo that looks real good bawhit2!
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Old 01-09-2020, 02:27 PM   #11
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Check this guy out! I have not done this yet, but will be very soon.


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Old 01-09-2020, 02:50 PM   #12
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I did concrete countertops on my outdoor grill station and they are great. They are fairly easy to do. Use melamine board to make your forms. I tried first using normal concrete and it did not turn out very well. So I tore those out and re-did it with Quikrete Countertop Mix. You can get it through Home Depot but they never have it in stock. I had to drive to North Dallas to get mine. Iím sure you can order it as well. I also a small metal rebar that I layer into the forms before I poured the concrete. Then I used the handle of a sander to vibrate the forms to get as many air bubbles out as I could. After it sets, remove your forms and stain. I used a Kemiko stain as they are based in Houston. Then I sealed it with just a concrete sealer from Home Depot. They arenít perfect but I got the rustic look I was going for. Attachment 987175



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Old 01-09-2020, 02:55 PM   #13
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Thanks for all the input. I will most likely be casting the smaller tops in my shop and doing the island in place due to its size. We are thinking that the gray of the concrete will give it the look we are after. Ultra white cabinets with Sherwin-Williams ďdrift of mist walls along with stainless appliances.

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Old 01-09-2020, 04:20 PM   #14
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I would cast them all in place IMO. We used 1/2 plywood under the concrete.
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Old 01-13-2020, 02:18 PM   #15
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rtarcher that was a good video. I plan on doing some outdoor kitchen counter tops so I think I will do them like in the video.
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Old 01-13-2020, 06:51 PM   #16
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Here is an island and counters we did at my daughters kitchen that I remodeled. She loves her counter tops.
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Here is an island and counters we did at my daughters kitchen that I remodeled. She loves her counter tops.
How did you do the chiseled looking edge? You did an awesome job on those tops!
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Here is an island and counters we did at my daughters kitchen that I remodeled. She loves her counter tops.


I donít normally care for the concrete countertops but these are some of the best looking Iíve seen.

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Here's a couple pics of one I did. It's really pretty easy.
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Old 01-14-2020, 02:32 PM   #21
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I poured it in the garage and then moved it into the house.
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Also, I added dye to the concrete when I mixed it up. You can get the dye at Home Depot.
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What kind of clear coat are y'all using to make them shine? I have concrete counter at the deer camp, but need to coat it? The counter tops above look sharp.
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Thanks for the replies.

Yesterday the wife and myself drove up to San Antonio to a distributor that sells a particular brand of concrete counter top products that we are interested in. We had a good salesperson that pretty much sold us on the doing this ourselves. The concrete mix is very flowable and it white in color and will take on true colors.

This is what we are going for. Either white with a little grey mixed in our grey with a little white. It was explained to us this could be done with water based stains and then a sealer or epoxy coat.






I did have a bit of a setback the other day when sprayed the final coat of extra white paint on some cabinets. Everything was fine until some bees were attracted to them and several of them decided to walk around leaving tracks on them. This will remind to close the doors on my shop next time.
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Nice. Thanks everyone. I am a retired builder and not satisfied with my purchased home (long boring story). Some good ideas here. Gotta build one more? Come on old bones, you can do it!
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What kind of clear coat are y'all using to make them shine? I have concrete counter at the deer camp, but need to coat it? The counter tops above look sharp.
I don't remember the name of the clear coat I used, it was a little pricey because I went with a food rated one. I'll look when I get home and post it.
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I don't remember the name of the clear coat I used, it was a little pricey because I went with a food rated one. I'll look when I get home and post it.


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How did you do the chiseled looking edge? You did an awesome job on those tops!


A silicone mold for the edge. They make a few different kinds for different looks.
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here's the sealant that I used.
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What kind of clear coat are y'all using to make them shine? I have concrete counter at the deer camp, but need to coat it? The counter tops above look sharp.


This is what we used. Itís a 2 part epoxy. A friend helped me with it as he had experience and he got it so not sure where from.
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I recently did a concrete sink/countertop for my guest bathroom. The two methods that seemed to be the most prevalent were poured in place or inverted cast. I did the inverted cast method for a few reasons.
1. less mess in the house since it was poured in the garage.
2. I don't have any concrete finishing skills, so with the inverted cast method the melamine mold creates a smoother finish than I could achieve with a trowel.
3. It gave me the freedom to create a custom basin.

I created a 3 piece mold. One for the countertop, two for the basin (inside and outside of the basin). Filled the mold with Maximizer concrete mix. Vibrated and hammered on the mold to remove bubbles. Once demolded I sanded everything then added a slurry coat to fill all the little "bug holes" the trapped air bubbles left behind. Sanded some more, then coated with a concrete sealer, and sanded a little more.

I've been very happy with the look, feel, and function.
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I recently did a concrete sink/countertop for my guest bathroom. The two methods that seemed to be the most prevalent were poured in place or inverted cast. I did the inverted cast method for a few reasons.

1. less mess in the house since it was poured in the garage.

2. I don't have any concrete finishing skills, so with the inverted cast method the melamine mold creates a smoother finish than I could achieve with a trowel.

3. It gave me the freedom to create a custom basin.



I created a 3 piece mold. One for the countertop, two for the basin (inside and outside of the basin). Filled the mold with Maximizer concrete mix. Vibrated and hammered on the mold to remove bubbles. Once demolded I sanded everything then added a slurry coat to fill all the little "bug holes" the trapped air bubbles left behind. Sanded some more, then coated with a concrete sealer, and sanded a little more.



I've been very happy with the look, feel, and function.

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I used this, then connected to a generic p trap.
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Where did you get those pull out cabinet slides? Nice work, all! KJ
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Pull out cabinet slides?
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Wow.... thatís amazing
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Old 01-18-2020, 07:41 AM   #42
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crittergetter76
I like the look of your vanity top, simple but elegant. I have the guest vanity about half way built but have not started on the master's. When I get those built and installed I'll look into the casted sinks/basins


ktjones

Drawer hardware like you mentioned can be bought at your big box store or online. Depending on the brand/quality the slides can get pricey. The slides can be had in many configurations.
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ktjones says thank you. Not sure I am going to show these pictures to the wife, though...
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Well today is the day. I have the materials on hand to start some countertops. I am using Concrete Countertop Solutions products. This stuff is a little pricey compared to the box store bag mix but from the videos I have watched it will work for me since I'll be doing this alone. Going with cast in place and plan on starting with the small coffee niche first and see how I do.

Pictures to come later.
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Wow! Awesome counter tops!
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Following your other DIY thread, so have to jump in on this one as well. Looking forward to seeing them.
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The Container Store sells these.
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Tagged for later. I've watched about every video there is on youtube about concrete counter tops.

Good luck on yours sendit! i'm sure they will turn out great just like the rest of the house has thus far.
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Well I learned that doing this by yourself sucks. The forms and whatnot are straight forward and the masking and laying down plastic isnít bad. The lifting of the cement mix, mixing and carrying to to location is the hard part.



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