Can you change the color of a bathroom furniture using a colored adhesive?
Question from Patrice
"Hello, I want to give a facelift to my bathroom furniture which is 7 years old. The doors are white, which suits me, but the countertop and the upper strip where the spots are embedded are marbled blue I would like to give these two parts a dark color like concrete or slate. I was thinking of removing the basins and spotlights, sticking an adhesive of the desired color, then reinstalling the set. What do you think? another idea I'm interested in, and above all, where to find the products (the adhesive or something else?) Thank you. "
Answer: no, a paint mixed with stained concrete will hold better over time
Hello Patrice, you want to give a facelift to your bathroom furniture, especially your countertop and your upper strip where there are recessed spots. You want to make these changes using adhesive, I am puzzled about the duration of an adhesive on a countertop. The water over time, may take off and as far as the "strip" part, are you sure it does not heat up? You have other solutions for your headband: you can paint it with a paint of your choice by first applying a "special laminate" undercoat. Regarding the washbasin, the paint solution is not really water resistant, so I advise you to work with tinted concrete that is more durable over time ... You too, send us your decoration question