I’ve had a lot of inquiries into the state of the laminate countertops that we painted in our master bath. Their report card so far, after being the landing place for many a bathroom thing is: Good. Not excellent, not bad, just good.
There hasn’t been any peeling or bubbling or fading but I think they’re a little less glossy today than they were the day they were painted three years ago. They’re not matte by any means though.
Not a huge deal because they still look good, but just sayin’.
The one downfall about them is that they’ve acquired a few stains here and there, like this mysterious ring that’s in two spots on the countertop. The only bottle whose bottom matches the size of the ring is my mousse bottle but it’s metal and clean so I’m not sure if that’s the culprit or not but either way, I can’t get the ring out.
And then there’s this little nail polish splatter stain:
But logic tells me nail polish isn’t nice to any countertop it’s spilled on so, whoops.
Also, there are several teeny tiny divots in the paint/polycrylic where my hot curling iron sits. The divots were created by the curling iron stand. They’re barely noticeable because they’re so small and because they’re at the far edge but they’re there. To keep this from happening, I should just set my iron on a piece of heat resistant something – a tray or piece of fabric – while it’s in use.
I’m hoping to get the tutorial and state of Jesse’s painted countertops up soon too! She used a clear resin top coat vs. the polycrylic I used so the results are a little different. Have you ever painted countertops? How are they holding up?