Epoxy Countertops over Plywood, Huge cost savings | Stone Coat Epoxy

Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

🟢 We just dropped THREE Masterclasses for you. Which did you learn from the most? This kitchen video, the LED Island video, or the Foam Shower walls video? 🟢

Vor 7 Monate
Wingo Wingo
Wingo Wingo

On average, how much per square foot if I use this material to make kitchen tile? How heat resistant is this material, can I use them at the back of the stove/range?

Vor Monat
Jerry Malone
Jerry Malone

I like this video because it is very precise and informative for what i am interested in , thanks again guys for everything

Vor 2 Monate
Rich L
Rich L

I would love to have someone do this for me! I am disabled and this would be great for my wife she dose so much for are family every day. If i could find someone near me that dose this i would definitely do this for my wife... Alabama

Vor 3 Monate
John Osman
John Osman

@Rachell Hamilton type of material used in the pour, … plus he used a propane torch to get rid of the bubbles created when the solution was mixed, … classic!

Vor 3 Monate
John Osman
John Osman

I truly enjoyed the mold making process, … Something I may yet try, even though I am physically disabled, that was extreme!!!

Vor 3 Monate
Teal Kerberus
Teal Kerberus

I was taught when installing benchtops to only ever screw them down from underneath. That way, when you decide to change them, you can unscrew them and lift them out easily. If you screw down from on top and then put your finish coat on top of your screwheads, you're kind of screwed later.

Vor 3 Monate
Wayne Taylor
Wayne Taylor

Fantastic work on making those concrete slabs for the backsplash! One thing I would do differently is to add thinset to the mix. It makes the material a lot more rigid and dense. That picture frame looking piece looks perfect! Good job overall

Vor 8 Stunden
Elyse Ruben
Elyse Ruben

Great video...only one thing I have to comment on. The electric outlet covers should have been removed before measuring for cut outs. They needed to be extended to the outside of the backsplash. By code they cannot be recessed into the backsplash the way you did it. Hope you see this...FYI

Vor 6 Monate
A.C. Taylor
A.C. Taylor

I'm a super in commercial construction. I showed my sparkies on my sites the end of this video and they all picked up on this.

Vor 3 Monate
Mark Ferraro
Mark Ferraro

Same comment

Vor 3 Monate
Matthew Wallace
Matthew Wallace

@John Osman ha ha, very funny... 'not my circus, not my monkey'. for me it is odd that they didn't purchase an extender for the electrical boxes so that the cover plate would be flush mounted as it would look much better. but, that said, the Stone Coat Countertops guys do a pretty damn impressive job and i'm learning a lot from watching their videos. be well, John and hope life is treating you kindly.

Vor 3 Monate
John Osman
John Osman

Wondered why he did it that way myself, … I know it was not right, … but not my circus, not my monkey’s, (I have waited a lifetime to use that line), … with all of his work flawless up to that point, this was the only disappointing part of the video, … I too, would have extended the outlet, …

Vor 3 Monate
Covert Radio
Covert Radio

Me 7th - Not only will this be to code, but aesthetically more pleasing. Not to mention CLEANING!!! Just wait 6 months to a year. And look at the crud that will be built-up on the bottom ledge and corners of the tile. Also,... down the road, what if the homeowner wants to change the covers? Maybe to stainless? GOOD NEWS - CHEAP FIX!

Vor 3 Monate
Serious Cat
Serious Cat

I obviously love your work and all the detail you go into explaining the reasons for every step. Also, Great video footage! I could watch you guys all day.. Thank you for schooling us all!

Vor 4 Tage
Jason Anderson
Jason Anderson

I've been in construction for 30 years and I gotta say your instructional videos are awesome! Very thorough, concise and spot on!

Vor 6 Monate
Eni Rusheku
Eni Rusheku

@Jason Anderson aaaaaaaaa

Vor 4 Monate
Eni Rusheku
Eni Rusheku

@Jason Anderson 1

Vor 4 Monate
Fahiem Martin
Fahiem Martin

Faheem from South Africa love all your visa great stuff would like to no do you ship to Africa cause would like to start a business this side

Vor 6 Monate
Jason Anderson
Jason Anderson

@Stone Coat Countertops I do now! It is my new go to epoxy product. I also bought the slab jig today and ordered another couple gallons and dye. Keep the videos comin!!!!

Vor 6 Monate
Duane Wolgast
Duane Wolgast

I love doing this kind of stuff!!! I wish I was 15 years younger to start a business doing this. It's great all the creative things around the house you can do with epoxy!!! I love it!

Vor 3 Monate
charles helton
charles helton

I noticed when using silicone on the sink, there was a pulling motion instead of a pushing motion. I have heard it is better to push the silicone bead forward to help get better penetration and to help prevent it from shrinking back.

Vor 7 Monate
Derek Woolverton
Derek Woolverton

The last induction cooktop I put in from Bosch was so low profile that instead of trimming out with two fake half panels, I was able to put an actual drawer on the right after trimming 3/4" off the sides. Great for holding utensils.

Vor 3 Monate
Vaghn
Vaghn

This was an excellent video! I've watched it now a few times and learned a lot. Ive been having trouble with lap lines no matter what I do, but I think I've got it now! I love the natural finish you get with the ultimate top coat. Great job guys!

Vor 7 Monate
Vaghn
Vaghn

@Stone Coat Countertops yes I do! I’ll be placing some orders this week. A custom bathroom vanity and table.

Vor 6 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

Thank you so much Vaghn! Do you have more project lined up? Remember You Got This!

Vor 6 Monate
E.T. Preppin
E.T. Preppin

Really loved the idea to make a mold to create your own tile for the backsplash considering the supply chain issues these days. The company I work for is doing a lot of the same kind of things. Basically manufacturing things we are having trouble getting but are necessary in construction to keep projects moving forward.

Vor 2 Monate
Skoben2000
Skoben2000

WOW! Love the gutter idea. That's what I really like about you guys. You're always thinking, always innovating and always inspiring.

Vor 5 Monate
Gary Hard
Gary Hard

I really like ya'lls stuff and appreciate the training videos. The art coat seems to be better for UV issues. Thanks. Used the shower wall technique to make 3' x 4' plaques, then applied big vinyl stickers then clear coated. The finished product was easily light enough to wall hang and still looks like granite/marble. Had to do 2 coats of sealer over the mesh. kept getting air bubbles. Anyway, where do I get the mini gutters? I didn't see them on your website. Can you send me a link to find them? Thanks.

Vor 4 Monate
Troy
Troy

The little yellow miter box works great with a Japanese pull saw. It is quick, clean and gives a longer stroke length. I told myself I would never use one either, but sometimes for a few quick cuts - beats pulling out the power tools. Pro-Tip! Love the videos, y’all are amazing!!

Vor 4 Monate
Dennis Andrews
Dennis Andrews

Great project video from start to finish! I appreciate the pro tips too. the concrete mold was genius!

Vor 5 Monate
Gregg Collum
Gregg Collum

This kitchen video is what I needed. I'm going to use the 3/4 inch plywood and 3/4 inch mdf for my new countertop vs using the old particle board laminate ctop! Thanks Mike and the team at Stone Coat Countertops! You're producing the vids almost as I need them! Your Texas customer!

Vor 6 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

Gregg Thank you for all the support! Hope you have as much fun with your project as we did with ours! Remember You Got This!😃🙂

Vor 6 Monate
Andrea Greff
Andrea Greff

WOW! You do amazing and detailed work! I cannot believe that fabricating the counter tops out of plywood and all would cost less than just fabricating quartz and installing them.

Vor 6 Monate
Anderwriter
Anderwriter

Fascinating! Who would've thought you could get such a beautiful marble-like effect with epoxy poured in-place? It was very thoughtful of you to document your process so thoroughly, too, answering potential questions as you went along. The only thing I found a bit dubious was the frame effect over the range. (Framing some countertop? I agree, there's a certain artistic element to the work—but is it really necessary to shout "Hey, this is art!" like that? LOL) These are just matters of taste, though. Everything else looks top-class IMHO. Thanks!

Vor 5 Monate
Gary Seven
Gary Seven

A very impressive build that inspired me to think about doing this in our kitchen. I'm not sure about the durability of such a work surface, obviously I would have to avoid cutting on it, plus the use of any abrasive cleaning products etc. But having said that, the appearance of the faux stone is amazing.

Vor 3 Monate
Neesta's Holistic
Neesta's Holistic

I LOVE this channel. You are so enthusiastic and so clear that the content isn't boring and it's easy to follow! I've already learned so much that my husband is sweating my subsequent planning, lol!

Vor 6 Monate
Mickey Stowell
Mickey Stowell

Sweet video! Really well done and very instructional! My big pickup (because I hated math in school) was the 3-4-5 principal! THAT one thing is going to be gold for me from now on. My questions about this job are, as previously mentioned recessing the outlets/switches, whether it's a code issue or the rough edges of the stone. and the finish of the stone at the window sill since it is cut it has no finish on the top edge? The video was really top class on your quality of workmanship, inventiveness and application! Looking forward to seeing more of them and hopefully putting them to use in our house as we work on our fixer-upper!

Vor 3 Monate
Cherry Barb
Cherry Barb

I love the passion you have for what you do, and your product is amazing and beautiful!

Vor 2 Monate
ARMY
ARMY

I love how this goes from DIY to top of the line tools and a crew of skilled tradesmen! Your videos are so detailed and well explained that anyone could do a masterpiece with your product, any small crew could easily learn how to do this by watching them. Well done. Thank you.

Vor 6 Monate
Moneynvrsleeps
Moneynvrsleeps

This video is gold! Starting my own business with StoneCoat, literally with less then $200 and building from there. Might start by making backsplashs first, custom color by customer to start and build my business.

Vor 7 Monate
Moneynvrsleeps
Moneynvrsleeps

@Kyle Milford Hi Kyle, Well, never practice on the Masterpiece, LOL.. Desk came out nice, could of been better but didnt do a practice run. Doing a second coat after sanding.. Thanks for asking!

Vor 4 Monate
Kyle Milford
Kyle Milford

@Moneynvrsleeps how did your desk turn out bro

Vor 4 Monate
Moneynvrsleeps
Moneynvrsleeps

@Kris Buildit THANK YOU!!

Vor 6 Monate
Moneynvrsleeps
Moneynvrsleeps

@Claudia S THANK YOU!

Vor 6 Monate
Moneynvrsleeps
Moneynvrsleeps

@Stone Coat Countertops THANKS! I will for sure, Im going to start by making desks. I already have my Stone Coat Epoxy i ordered 6 months ago LOL, and got the MDF and ordered the legs. Going with the stone edge look, Black, metallic purple, and hint of metallic Blue, 8 yr old daughters favorite colors!! Will definitely post Pics!! Thanks You for your Enthusiasm and Guidance in the ART of EPOXY!!

Vor 6 Monate
ericscustomtile
ericscustomtile

As a tile installation professional, I can find only one critique and that is that there should have been box extensions and covers over the stone backsplash for a cleaner look. The rough texture could be overcome or router the plates into the surface. It would allow a smaller opening to be cut and more material so breaking the pieces when cutting is not as likely. It also would allow for easier access to the plates in the future.

Vor 4 Monate
khuram mushtaq
khuram mushtaq

Thinking same as u

Vor 4 Monate
daniel willinger
daniel willinger

Sweet job. Totally blown away with the self made stone !

Vor 3 Monate
dopapier
dopapier

This is one of the most thorough and detailed instructional videos I have ever seen.

Vor 3 Monate
Michele Nix
Michele Nix

I love this channel! I really love that your brother, calmly, walks in and just starts helping. God bless you all.

Vor 2 Monate
no thanks What nothing
no thanks What nothing

You killed it man! Great video I just finished watching the entire video from beginning to end. Great job. Love your energy. Keep it up

Vor 3 Monate
Sam Jackson
Sam Jackson

1:13:43 It almost looked like the casts from the mold were pre-released from the mold before filming and what were seeing is after the concrete was released and partially set back in the mold. You make it look so easy. :)

Vor 3 Monate
Marcus Zettergren
Marcus Zettergren

Amazing work! As a tiler though, i'd definitely try to find a way to flush mount those wall sockets. I'm pretty sure you can lift them out and use a black bracket around them plus a bit of dark grey silicone and they would be totally flush and natural.

Vor 7 Monate
Boneless Whiskey
Boneless Whiskey

Another option; Make custom outlet covers with matching screws

Vor 6 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

That's a great idea Marcus! Have you used StoneCoat epoxy with any of your projects before? Remember You Got This!

Vor 6 Monate
Melissa Ward
Melissa Ward

I love learning from watching you guys! Xo, thanks so much for sharing all you put into your DIY projects! Melissa

Vor 6 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

Thank you so much for your support Melissa! We would love to see some of your work my friend. You Got This!

Vor 6 Monate
Brucether
Brucether

I love your videos. You almost have me convinced I can do this by myself. :)

Vor 6 Monate
Nick Brumley
Nick Brumley

WOW!! You guys did an awesome job. Your instructions are great as usual and easy to understand. Ive learned a ton of things watching probably all your videos over the last few years. It's amazing having seen your first videos in your house and original shop to where you are now. God has truly blessed your efforts and talent. Good job you guys are a great inspiration.

Vor 7 Monate
Nick Brumley
Nick Brumley

Congratulations on the million mark!!!! Well Done!!

Vor 7 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

God is good, thank you! Blessed and unstoppable!

Vor 7 Monate
Indy Vin
Indy Vin

Absolutely the best DIY instructor out there with the best product. Thank you, Sir, you are a God send!

Vor 3 Monate
petunia27
petunia27

Thanks for all of the technical info that you share through your videos. I'm sending the link for this video to my son. He's artistic and I think he'd be good at this once he knows what he's doing. Thanks for what you do.

Vor 25 Tage
FreddyFazBeardarkness
FreddyFazBeardarkness

All of the videos are very informative. You give the how with the why. Wonderful. The most impressive is the attention to detail in the prep work. It matters so much that when done as you do it the job has a 99.9% chance of 100% satisfaction. I’m very glad to know the how to people promote this as much as the product. Thank you so much.

Vor 6 Monate
David Elliott
David Elliott

How about float glass? Cover the underside with epoxy and allow to part cure. Then bed the sheet onto the board with more epoxy. Front edge of the counter can be hardwood to the height of the glass. Use screws under the glass to set the level. The gap will be filled by the bedding resin.

Vor 3 Monate
GW2016
GW2016

I like the tip about applying the Top Coat within 24 hours of the epoxy cure so no sanding in the house. The epoxy sanding would have been a deal breaker for me. Can you do this the same on the foam shower panels so no epoxy sanding?

Vor 4 Monate
Richard S. Wiebe
Richard S. Wiebe

Looks great! I’m a retired union tile, marble and granite setter. Most times we had to work by ourselves with a helper just setting us up. The epoxy we used for grouting had a horrible smell. I see yours must not smell badly. Do you have a product that will clear coat pieces of Formica glued on plywood to give it a smoother look and feel?

Vor 2 Monate
Night Owl Junkie
Night Owl Junkie

You are extremely talented with an amazing eye for color and textures, and the countertops you create are beautiful works of art!!

Vor 3 Monate
Tom
Tom

I used Bondo in the 90’s when someone wanted their damaged trim repaired versus the cost of replacing it. Columns went great with it!

Vor 3 Monate
Merrie Parks
Merrie Parks

Awesomeness! I don’t think there is any other word for this! You guys kick ass with all of your work. Rock stars 🌟 🤩🤩

Vor 2 Monate
Dave
Dave

Just an idea for when you put the screws in the gutter. Save yourself some searching time, by marking on the sheet plastic with some tape where each screw is. Then you can just go straight to each one. Awesome work. I love watching this channel. I wish it were easy to get these materials in China.

Vor 3 Monate
Jon Mitchell
Jon Mitchell

Awesome ! That mold was off the charts ! Great job !

Vor 3 Monate
storm
storm

You are a genius, creating your own moulds, love your work mate

Vor 4 Monate
Nir Navon
Nir Navon

The silicon mold you did (i assume it is silicon) is absolutly great. superb idea and money saving for sure. thank you for sharing.

Vor 6 Monate
Jplay Sbay
Jplay Sbay

Great video and craftsmenship,you make a great host for the show and detail in step coverage is fantastic ... ❤️ The production quality and editing was all amazing . ...would love the sink link ! for my remodel .

Vor 3 Monate
Julie Teeples
Julie Teeples

Sometimes a matt finish doesn't cut it on such a beautiful countertop. If you use high gloss the top would look awesome however, the sides on rough finish stone is never polished so it's a matt or dull chipped finish. Have you ever considered (or can you) use high gloss on the surface and matt finish on the edges to make it look more realistic? You're welcome :)

Vor 7 Monate
Brian DeClue
Brian DeClue

great video. Could I do this process on top of existing Formica countertop? If possible, I thought I would rough sand the counters to allow the epoxy to grab securely. And where do you buy your "gutters"?

Vor 28 Tage
Michele Scales
Michele Scales

I knew the countertops would look great but, you are a pretty awesome teacher. I love how you explain the hows and whys of everything, including safety. Blessings to you.

Vor 5 Monate
Bruno Bronosky
Bruno Bronosky

37:38 Try using one of the toothless scraper blades for trimming the bottom edge. The epoxy should be soft enough and it will be dustless.

Vor 3 Monate
Jeff Darling
Jeff Darling

Mike, where do you get the mold silicone and how much did you use for that huge pour? It all looks incredible!

Vor 7 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

We get it from our web store, Google search Stone Coat mold making

Vor 7 Monate
Ten Soldiers
Ten Soldiers

Have you tried using UV / fluorescent paints? My wife used a fluorescent paint to paint stars and moons on our bathroom walls. During the day you don't see it, the walls look normal. But at night our bathroom is lit up. Really cool. I thought it would be cool to do that with a counter top.

Vor 7 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

That sounds like a great idea! Have you worked with our epoxy before?

Vor 7 Monate
Ricknator
Ricknator

Hello, just wondering what product you used to make the molds for the stone. It looks amazing!

Vor 3 Monate
Lisa Sargent
Lisa Sargent

I LOVE these videos!! They are worth so much. Fabulous job as always! 🔥 But PLEASE wear your mask when cutting! Your lungs will thank you years down the road 💜

Vor 7 Monate
Tremsmom
Tremsmom

Watching these videos are so satisfying! It makes me wonder if I should have gone to trade school instead of college. I just watched and subscribed to your channel! I am in the process of buying my first home and I think whatever thr counters look like I can customize them using the demo in this video. I have a question: do I need to use a torch? I watched another video where they used some kind of alcohol to finish and get rid of bubbles. I am not that handy with tools and do not own any of things you used. Is there a must have list of tools/equip that a DIY householder should buy before attempting a resin countertop using the Stone Coat method?

Vor 6 Monate
Dori Silva
Dori Silva

I am in awe of you. Love your talent AND the way you respect your listeners!

Vor 3 Monate
Bruno Bronosky
Bruno Bronosky

21:12 You should have some 90° endcaps made for these. I believe I'd silicone caulk the end caps on so they are leak proof but also removable/reusable. (Also 2112 one of the best albums ever!)

Vor 3 Monate
dollmm23
dollmm23

Beautiful job, you guys. Just like everything you do. Came out great. The gloss gives it a really high class finish. Love it!

Vor 7 Monate
the j.
the j.

chheese

Vor 4 Monate
pinkyhotmessx69
pinkyhotmessx69

What is the material used for the mold?

Vor 4 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

Thank you so much! What projects have you done? We would love to see! Remember You Got This!😇😊

Vor 6 Monate
Bruno Bronosky
Bruno Bronosky

47:54 You should have a rolling cart as part of your kit. It would give you a place to put your supplies and move them along with you in these time sensitive operations.

Vor 3 Monate
kevin harrison ADT
kevin harrison ADT

Great team effort , clear instructions . Way to go Mike !!! SUPER

Vor 6 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

Thank you for all the support! Have you done any projects with StoneCoat epoxy? We would love to see pictures if you have!

Vor 6 Monate
Billie MCcane Jr.
Billie MCcane Jr.

Good vibes man! Need more guys like you out there in our country!

Vor 4 Monate
Richard Anderson
Richard Anderson

Awesome video guys ,looks amazing . I have one question . The outlets and switches , you left them in , do you ever bring them out ?

Vor 6 Monate
john richmond
john richmond

In previous videos you have recommended using Redcoat on the underside of the counter for water sealing. I didnt notice if you did that on this counter. Do you still recommend the use of redcoat? Which piece would you add it to, the plywood or the MDF, in this case since it is double thick?

Vor 7 Monate
J S
J S

I would do every edge underneath to the cabinets and under the dishwasher for sure. When i. install granite countertops and we tear out the old Formica countertops thats where they are starting to expand and fall apart. Around the sink in front of the sink and around the dishwasher. Once mdf gets wet it’s done !!!

Vor 7 Monate
john richmond
john richmond

@Stone Coat Countertops Ok great, I see where you did that around the sink now. Thank you for the reply! Hopefully I can give some white marble of yours a try next summer when we remodel our kitchen.

Vor 7 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

we use SK1 now, we actually stock and sell the product.

Vor 7 Monate
j ward
j ward

True craftsman with the eye of an artist, the brain of a scientist and a passion for perfection!

Vor 4 Monate
Greg Maxwell
Greg Maxwell

Great video. Lots of detail and wonderful presentation.

Vor 3 Monate
Chris Arndt
Chris Arndt

What did I learn? So much! I want to build a counter in a little mother in law house and this gave me all the tools I need!

Vor 7 Monate
Truth Hunter
Truth Hunter

That was Fantastic! Loved the molds with concrete! First Class all the way! That one Job will get you many more just by word of mouth.Thanks for sharing.

Vor 4 Monate
TM
TM

Just recently started watching your channel. Closed my Countertop shop owner after 911. Doing a raised 42” pass through and excited to do one of these instead of hiring a fabricator for granite. I have one suggestion watching this video but sure not criticizing, ✅. When you layup the full sheets scribe the back wall (if needed) and make your cut BEFORE you trace the front of the cabinet to get your overhang. Perfect fit front and back every time.

Vor 6 Monate
Martin M
Martin M

Retrofit, marking back edge is a "need to" and is smart even with new construction.

Vor 4 Monate
Loren Jones
Loren Jones

Great craftsmanship. Results are amazing.

Vor 3 Monate
Debra Randall
Debra Randall

Absolutely gorgeous! Great job...

Vor 4 Monate
John Schnorf
John Schnorf

Been watching for a couple of years. Made my own kitchen countertop and island top with MDF. The countertop came out very good. With the experience of the countertop I was able to improve the island top and am waiting for my next project.

Vor 5 Monate
kevin Quinn
kevin Quinn

Hey John ! How long did it take you to get where your at. How did you get started. Thanks Kevin

Vor 4 Monate
Bruno Bronosky
Bruno Bronosky

1:27 You should be moulding your own outles covers too! I renovated my own home in 2002 and I drilled and sawed oulet and switch shapes from travertine tile. I would have LOVED to have had the opportunity you have with casting epoxy!

Vor 3 Monate
stashagarcia101
stashagarcia101

I absolutely love that rock backsplash. Im gonna have to go back and watch that part of the video where you made those molds Ive looked for them online after seeing a video on Russian molds. They had powdered pigments you could use innthe mold prior to pouring the cement and it was crazy realistic when done They were using them for the lower part of the house walls. I really really really want that look on my house but cant swing the $24,000 to do it. Pouring my own pieces is the only way i could pull that off. Id love a link if you have a product video showing how to use whatever product made those backsplash molds.

Vor 7 Monate
roadkillmatt
roadkillmatt

If you find out could you link I have been searching the site no luck yet

Vor 6 Monate
gpcass1
gpcass1

@Mike Quist I came to the comments to get this same info if its available. What product made those molds? Have you done a video on that yet?

Vor 6 Monate
stashagarcia101
stashagarcia101

@Mike Quist by afordable can you give me a guage? That large mold you created with multiple sections of the pre-bought sections...how much did that cost to make? Also do you have videos on the product's use? Or a link to the page to purchase it? I have several things i want to cast

Vor 7 Monate
Mike Quist
Mike Quist

It's really affordable to pour your own!

Vor 7 Monate
Dean Murphy
Dean Murphy

Your pro tips are awesome your prep work is really impressive you make everything look so easy great job

Vor 7 Monate
Mike Quist
Mike Quist

Thanks my friend!

Vor 7 Monate
Paul Robins
Paul Robins

I’m loving your channel, giving me a great insight into how you do this sort of things. I hate the lack of extraction you have. Get a extractor- keep safe 👍

Vor 7 Monate
Geoff Schulz
Geoff Schulz

Love your energy and your knowledge! Great video!

Vor 3 Monate
Don Proctor
Don Proctor

Question- since you were building the counters in place would it not have been easier to staple the plastic to the top of cabinet frames before installing the plywood tops? this way you save time and taping. Just cut it loose after you're done with expoxy.

Vor 6 Monate
Kyle Milford
Kyle Milford

That is possible. Peeling tape is faster than potentially leaving little bits of plastic hanging out at the joint in the end though

Vor 4 Monate
Winston Wareham
Winston Wareham

Great job I really like that u show how things are In the real world ( when the back splash cracked when cutting out the electric plug )

Vor Tag
Richard
Richard

You should have moved the receptacles out and placed the covers over the backsplash. Not cut the backsplash around the receptacle covers. That tile border behind the cooktop is going to make a nice grease catcher.

Vor 3 Monate
Earte Cathy
Earte Cathy

Your backsplash looks great! Your castings look ike real stone. I thought the backsplash would look better shorter and too fussy looking around the outlets. But then I saw it finished and you sold me on the high backsplash. Because the cut out that you framed is smooth it also has the benefit of being easier to clean than the rough back splash. It is not just a focal point. We pay to get marble ground to a perfect curve yet you mared the edge on purpose. No one who paid for marble would stand for the edge you made. Because it does not meet my expectations of the finish put on real marble it looks faked. The same is true of the hole in the trim used as a frame. It should look perfect because if it were high end the shapes would be perfect or rejected. You have convinced me I do not want this process used in my kitchen because you do not have a way to make it look convincing. Knowing this is worthwhile, thank you.

Vor 3 Monate
Chris Arndt
Chris Arndt

Hi, Mike! Love this video!!! Thank you once again! You are the best teacher! Just one question? Why didn’t you do the cutouts ahead of the epoxy? Seems like that would have been easier? What am I missing?

Vor 7 Monate
vlmiele
vlmiele

Nice work! I bet using a dedicated tracksaw like Festool would make easy and dust free work of many of the cuts on that job. Not to mentioned all of the dust created from sanding.

Vor 6 Monate
Bruno Bronosky
Bruno Bronosky

1:39:05 If you do have a floppy sink, you can coat the underside in Quikrete (or probably epoxy) to firm it up and make it feel like cast iron once installed. The same works for fiberglass tubs, in that case you build a dam on the floor and pour concrete under it (just moments before installation if possible). ☮❤🌈🧘🏽

Vor 3 Monate
Bruno Bronosky
Bruno Bronosky

@Covert Radio Is the stone color varied like a counter top? If so, I would embrace the decorative potential of the crack. Many (or most) stone countertop slabs have fillers in spots, glued breaks, or seams. I would reach out to a local counter top company and try to get some of the glue/epoxy they use. Also, to maximize the glue surface, you might need to persuade the crack to continue through and allow you to separate the pieces to glue back together. Unless it's a remarkable sink, it might be too much effort and/or risk to justify the attempt.

Vor 3 Monate
Covert Radio
Covert Radio

Great tip! Let me pick your brain. I bought a lot of sinks from an auction, all "new". There were about 20 sinks in the lot. About 15 sinks are literally new. But about 5 are either broken, or bent. There's one sink, it looks like stone, it's VERY heavy. But there's a crack in it. I thought the same thing, coat the bottom in quikrete, or some sort of "liner". Is there a self leveling, food safe, possibly thin stone looking product that I could "re-coat" the entire sink in?

Vor 3 Monate
Eric Willis
Eric Willis

I can't believe I sat through all that, I'm a twenty-minute man usually. It was very entertaining and most enjoyable. Five or six years ago I did my kitchen benchtops, Epoxy Glue, sprayed with stone chips, Sanded back and coated with an epoxy coat. It came out just drop dead amazing, but, I have often wondered how it has worn.

Vor 3 Monate
Matthew Simmons
Matthew Simmons

Just love it, can't wait to be able to do my own countertops soon.

Vor 7 Monate
Matthew Simmons
Matthew Simmons

@Mike Quist did you get to see the nightstand that I did though?

Vor 7 Monate
Matthew Simmons
Matthew Simmons

@Mike Quist waiting to close and get into the house.

Vor 7 Monate
Mike Quist
Mike Quist

Whats holding you back?

Vor 7 Monate
Mike Kendig
Mike Kendig

Great video. I'm going to redo all my old countertops as well as 2 new ones. So, I have to ask. Where did you get the sink and all the accessories ??? Mike

Vor 3 Monate
Joshua adventures
Joshua adventures

Love it. We are remodeling our house going with the epoxy for sure! Just got to build me some cabinets.

Vor 6 Monate
Higor Viana
Higor Viana

muito bom!

Vor Monat
S T
S T

Great video. I can't wait to order my Stone Coat epoxy as my cabinets are now in place . I was left with a question though. When you trace the pencil along the edge of the cabinet underneath, how much overhang from that line do you leave?

Vor 7 Monate
Esther Olawuyi
Esther Olawuyi

don't forget to our masks and gloves

Vor 5 Monate
Mike Quist
Mike Quist

1.5 inches, great question!

Vor 7 Monate
Dianne Gray
Dianne Gray

Would love to see a high sheen or clear topcoat. I also use resin over my artwork to add a glass like finish. Sometimes, despite my best efforts a hair drops in that I don’t catch till dry. Would be great to be able to sand and do some touch up rather than having to do a second flood coat.

Vor 7 Monate
محمد احمدی
محمد احمدی

سلام بسیارکارزیبا واقعا درهنرشما موندم تبریک میگم هم بخواطرهنرشما وهم بخواطرآموزش فقط یه سعال مواداستفاده شوده چه موادی هستن که رنگ باهم ترکیب نمیشن

Vor 4 Monate
Amy L
Amy L

@Stone Coat Countertops So, I thought I would LOVE the UTC Natural. But I found it too matte. (But woah, dang, that top coat is tough as nails! Epoxy is not an option without a protective coat IMO.) But lookie here!! You guys have got a gloss coat. I really like the gloss UTC. I think the sheen is more like a polished natural stone. But of course, the chemistry causes much more texture. Other companies that use a similar product have the exact same problem. If you guys could somehow solve the texture issue (I know it ain't easy) but you really would have the most unique product on the market. The forums are all chit chatty on how to reduce the texture, which percentage of water to use, how many dry rollers to use. So, the problem clearly isn't quite solved. I hope you guys continue to push the product chemistry to help solve the problem. You all are folks for the job! Keep pushing it so epoxy can get better and better at substituting for stone. Thanks for what you do!

Vor 7 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

We can do a video on that. Have you google searched Stone Coat Art on YouTube?

Vor 7 Monate
jossy mbosiko
jossy mbosiko

This is great and very impressive work,specialy the backsplash made from a mold.awesome.

Vor 3 Monate
SeekTruthinLight
SeekTruthinLight

That trim tray is a great idea along with the others. Well done...

Vor 3 Monate
Dirk G
Dirk G

Can't wait to redo my countertops. I will be purchasing everything from your website. You guys ROCK!!!

Vor 3 Monate
mattandrade30
mattandrade30

Keep up the good work and the great videos. “I have two layers of tape which is probably unnecessary” and then I said to myself “until it is” and that’s basically what you said lol. Better be more protective!

Vor 5 Monate
LDoctorKC
LDoctorKC

This past few months I’ve set aside fear and begun to do my own dyi remodel. This class has inspired me for my kitchen upgrade. Thanks.

Vor 5 Monate
countryboycansurvive
countryboycansurvive

I love when home owners do this with my work. I get that call to come fix it for them lol.

Vor 3 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

You Got This Ken! Let us know if you have any questions, we can not wait to see your work!

Vor 5 Monate
Michael W
Michael W

I don't even OWN a home, and you (and crew) do such amazing work that I got no choice but to watch you do your magic.....This is what they mean by "Craftsmanship", Professionalism, Ingenuity, and above all...Artistry at its best. Kudos...

Vor 3 Monate
Phil Henderson
Phil Henderson

I'm also just at the beginning of the video so not sure if you'll discuss it later but how durable would this be say compared to traditional countertops?

Vor 6 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

Great question! Check out our durability test video to see for yourself how strong our epoxy is. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bfgy1BJnD8

Vor 6 Monate
marilyn l
marilyn l

what a great video! I'm 68 next month and building a home out of a steel building (small), doing a lot myself. I just love projects and watching this has given me more ideas. thank you thank you thank. next up I want to learn how to do molds, it's got to be easy. I'll be doing live edge counter tops and furniture along with epoxy in the shower and perhaps even the floors. Go old ladies! KrazyKate

Vor 7 Monate
Battlekitten 1967
Battlekitten 1967

Post videos of the finished product! Lots of people would love to see your handiwork.

Vor 5 Monate
Stone Coat Countertops
Stone Coat Countertops

Go Old Ladies for sure! You Got This!

Vor 7 Monate

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