While you don’t want to run your trowel over and over the same concrete mix (it will start to dry out, and your efforts at smoothing everything out will be thwarted), I found it to be a good idea to drag my trowel in the perpendicular direction after a section was covered. This helped to alleviate major trowel lines.
Those considering butcher block as a kitchen countertop option need to decide which of the two finishes best suits their needs – the one for cutting and food prep, or the other for service and display. (Obviously, this is a critical choice.) Butcher block requires a bit of maintenance, including regular sealing, oiling, and occasionally sanding and/or resurfacing.
In this example, I transformed my tired, scratched, bumpy laminate countertops into contemporary concrete with an industrial vibe. Here is a “before” photo: Ready to get started on your own concrete kitchen countertop transformation? Here’s how to make concrete countertops.
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