Kitchen and Bath Real Stone Resurfacing Projects

Kitchen Countertop

Searching for a cost-effective way to revitalize your aging countertops and wall tiles? Then look no further than real stone finishes from Daich Coatings.

You can easily change your kitchen and bathroom surfaces with SpreadStone Countertop Finishing Kits and SpreadStone Wall Tile Refinishing Kits from Daich Coatings.

“If you can use a roller and paintbrush, then you can use these products to create new stone horizontal and vertical surfaces,” says Peter Daich, president of Daich Coatings. “Our proprietary stone technology, which has been in use for more than 25 years on all kinds of exterior surfaces, now gives people an exciting new decorative option for enhancing home interiors.”

SpreadStone Countertop Finishing Kit

Existing countertops made of laminate, cultured marble, concrete, wood, tile and other solid surfaces all effortlessly accept the SpreadStone finish. Just roll on a new stone surface — right over an existing kitchen or bathroom countertop — in just a weekend.            

SpreadStone is a dynamic multi-colored decorative stone finish that provides shimmering mineral accents and color highlights found in natural mined rock. The coating system has outstanding resistance to hot pans, stains, abrasion, impact and household cleaners, making it ideal for the general wear and tear common with busy kitchens and other areas of the home.

The decorative stone solutions are available for less than $125 a kit in 11 decorative color options. All application tools and required coatings are included in a kit. Each kit transforms up to 40 square feet of surface. The finishes are essentially odorless and come pre-mixed and ready to apply immediately, with no harsh chemicals.

Apply the product in three simple steps — a stone base coat, a decorative stone coat and a stone clear top coat. The coatings create a lasting and elegant new upgrade for any room. As a bonus, the cost effectiveness of the product makes it easy and inexpensive to change the color whenever desired to suit new decor in the future.

SpreadStone Wall Tile Refinishing Kit

The SpreadStone Wall Tile kit includes everything needed to roll on a premium stone or porcelain finish. Starting with a bond coat and stone coating, the existing tile surface is completely covered. A stone accent coat is then applied with a textured roller. Following that, a stone highlight coat is applied. Finally, a stone clear coat is added to seal the finish.

“Sometimes the look of a tile gets old and dull,” says Daich. “Other times the grout is stained or you just want a change. This DIY kit project is priced under $100 to cover up to 50 square feet per coat. It’s fast and easy, and can be done on tiles in bathrooms and shower areas, on a kitchen backsplash, as an accent wall tile or even on decorative columns.”

The new SpreadStone surface on the tiles is hard and durable, and provides a waterproof barrier. The coatings resist cleaning chemicals, mold and mildew for long-term beauty. All the water-based products are odorless with fast drying times and come in 20 different colors.

“By following a few easy steps you can quickly say farewell to dirty grout lines and old-fashioned tiles in just a weekend,” says Daich. “And, best of all, this kit is just a fraction of the price that you’d pay to replace your old tiles!”

Two-Year Checkup

SpreadStone Shower Tile Refinishing Kit

Lisa Warner goes “all in” with her DIY home improvement projects. Just like any person, she likes to see long-term positive results from her efforts. After several years of daily use, she’s proudest of her achievements using Daich Coatings real stone products.

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Basement Transformation with Daich Coatings

When Jack Paul and his wife moved into a basement apartment at his daughter’s home, they knew the 1,600-square-foot space needed work. They turned to Daich Coatings for help turning ugly concrete and block walls into a showcase

“The walls heading down into the basement from the outside entrance needed a full transformation,” says Jack Paul, a Pennsylvania resident. “I skim coated and waterproofed the cinder blocks first. Then I used the SpreadStone Decorative Concrete Resurfacing Kit in Cold Gold on the walls and the Midnight Slate version on the stairs.

“Above the door was white painted wood. I used the gray base of SpreadStone there to create a fake keystone with c. 2018 on it, the year we moved in.”

Rolling on with RollerRock

With some product left over, Paul kept adding SpreadStone around the apartment. He applied it to the walls of a corner wine storage closet for a creative look. And now, with containers of RollerRock in hand, he plans to coat the cement floor in his utility room.

“This was my first time using Daich Coatings products and I was impressed,” says Paul. “I’m not really artistic, but watching the videos beforehand helped a great deal. “The biggest challenge was coming up with realistic-looking patterns with the flagstone tape. The flagstone tape stuck easily, but the slate tile tape didn’t stick as well. We made it work though. After completing the touch up work the project came out great. “My daughter and son-in-law really like what we’ve done with the Daich Coatings products. Before COVID, they often asked us if they could bring guests down to show off the basement transformation. These products have helped make our new living space much more appealing.”