Step 1: Clean up existing kitchen countertops. It’s critical to begin with a clean, grease-free surface. Use your favorite cleaner to wipe everything down.
Tip: After the corner has “set” for a few minutes (5-10 minutes), I found it useful to go along with my fingers and mold the concrete smoother. The concrete will be a bit drier by this time, but it will still be malleable, which is prime condition for pinching it and getting a corner you really like. Of course, you’ll be able to sand later on, so don’t worry about making it perfect.
Taking glass countertops one step further, Bio-Glass is an eco-friendly kitchen countertop option, available in a variety of different colors. The countertops are manufactured out of 100% recycled glass materials; they are also 100% recyclable. Definitely a great option for those who gravitate toward keeping things green.
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