New LuxROCK™ Solid Surface Granite Countertop Kit for Smaller Home Projects Available for Just $179

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Based on popularity of launch of LuxROCK Solid Surface Granite Countertop Kit earlier this year in the 40 square foot version, Daich Coatings has introduced a 20 square foot kit, designed for smaller projects. The DIY kit is ideal for adding smooth granite surfaces to bathroom vanities, kitchen islands and other small surface areas around the home.

Transform small surface areas with the new 20 square foot LuxROCK Solid Surface Granite Countertop Kit. The DIY kit is ideal for adding a smooth granite surface to bathroom vanities.

Best of all, you’ll save thousands of dollars compared to installing traditional stone slabs. Forget the hassles, supply chain problems and labor hassles. In one weekend you can brush on your own solid surface granite vanity!

Want the look of real granite for a bathroom vanity or small kitchen island surface? Then the new 20 square foot LuxROCK™ Solid Surface Granite Countertop Kit is ideal for your needs.

Following the successful launch this year of the LuxROCK kit that includes enough product to cover 40 square feet of space, Daich Coatings now offers this smaller version of the kit. The same smooth, granite surface can be obtained to enhance smaller areas around the home by DIYers for a fraction of the cost of real granite. The 20 square foot kits retail for just $179.

Roll On Real Granite Richness
Each LuxROCK Solid Surface Granite Countertop Kit includes a prime coat, StoneSet coats, clear epoxy and a clear coat finish. Tools needed for the project are included in the kit.

“LuxROCK is a functional and decorative blend of real stone, with stunning mineral highlights,” says Peter Daich, president of Daich Coatings. “This project is exceptionally easy and you don’t need any artistic or technical skills to make the resurfacing project a success.

“The best thing is that this is an extremely economical way to get authentic granite surface tops without the exorbitant price of installing slabs of granite. There’s no long wait time or messy construction with this kit. And, you’re not locked into the color! If you want to change it in a few years, just use another countertop kit!”

Named after real granite stones, the colors available in the LuxROCK kits include Galaxy Black, Platinum White, Basalt Mist (a dark gray), Crystal Quartz (a light gray) and Carrara (a creamy beige).

One Weekend Transformation
“LuxROCK is a revolutionary real stone resurfacing system,” says Daich. “If you can use a paint brush, you can transform your surfaces into luxuriously smooth, solid sparkling granite beauty that will simply amaze you.

“Best of all, you’ll save thousands of dollars compared to installing traditional stone slabs. Forget the hassles, supply chain problems and labor hassles. In one weekend you can brush on your own solid surface granite vanity!”

LuxROCK authentic stone surfaces resist stains, heat and impact. Application of the product has low odor and low VOCs. Sinks, plumbing fixtures and countertops do not need to be removed before applying this product to laminates, concrete, plywood, MDF, pre-coated and solid surfaces. The final LuxROCK surface is food safe.

Easy Upgrade
According to Daich, the high-end appearance of the finished product has a smooth richness that rivals a professional granite countertop installation, at just a fraction of the price. The revolutionary LuxROCK product is available now on the Daich Coatings website with free shipping and through major retailers soon including Lowe’s and The Home Depot.

“This easy six-step DIY process totally revolutionizes how consumers can sidestep costly and complicated processes of adding real granite or solid surface slabs to their homes,” says Daich. “Using the items in the kit, any existing flat surface can be upgraded in just one weekend. The result is a luxurious new stone surface that looks and performs just like real granite. Now, with the smaller 20 square foot kit, even a guest bathroom vanity surface, a desktop or bar countertop can be done for under $200.”

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