Flint-Stone coating transforms dated kitchen counter tops and vanities with the look of stone. It’s unique flecked properties mimics stone but without the cost of replacement.
Most of the time kitchen counters and vanity tops are in good shape. There might be a few nicks or stains, but that’s about it. The nicks can be filled in and the stains will be covered up. After coating with Flint-Stone, the counter or vanity will have the sought after stone look popular for kitchens and baths today.
The best part may be that Flint-Stone is available in a myriad of colors. That means almost any decor can be matched with a Flint-Stone product.
Most homeowners spend between $1,600 and $4,100 to get new kitchen counters. Refinishing is way below even the lowest figure. That means customers get a beautiful kitchen while saving tons of money. It’s a win-win.