Warm and natural and absolutely earthy, butcher block countertops in the kitchen are a popular choice for serious chefs, historic/period homes, and really anyone who loves wood’s natural warmth and beauty in the kitchen.
Place your trowel into the concrete and swipe it so that there is a fairly even strip of concrete all across the edge of the trowel. Begin in a corner, and drag the trowel smoothly. Pick up trowel, and move over so there is an inch or two of overlap, then spread again in the same direction.
Step 4a: Working in small sections at a time (maybe 1’ x 1’), spread concrete over countertop surface. I found it easiest to glop down about a cup-full in the center of my square foot working space.
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