Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit
  • Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit
  • Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit
  • Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit
  • Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit

Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit

KWT-WHITE-KIT

Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit is a revolutionary do-it-yourself coating that enables you to easily and affordably transform your worn or damaged worktops into beautiful and durable new counter tops. 

ADVANTAGES

  • Easy, durable and affordable - see below for kit contents
  • Modern gloss finish
  • No messy removals or high cost
  • Available in two colours - Galaxy Black and Diamond White
  • Indoor use
  • A weekend’s work can last for years
  • Ideal for domestic use in the kitchen or bathroom
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£59.80
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£71.76 Tax incl.
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Description

Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit is a revolutionary do-it-yourself coating that enables you to easily and affordably transform your old and worn or damaged worktops. With Rust-Oleum’s Worktop Tranformation kit, in just one weekend, you can have beautifully restored worktops that will last for years to come. This product works well in conjunction with hygienic wall-paints for restaurants and bars.

The kit is easy to use and no special skills are required! In fact, you won’t even have to remove your worktops. Choose from Galaxy Black or Diamond White for a fantastic finish with subtle sparkle.

Please allow 7 days for the surface to cure for full use.

Looking to transform your kitchen or bathroom tiles as well? We can recommended the Rust-Oleum Tile Transformation Kit to freshen up old tiles with a beautiful fine textured finish.

Watch the instructional video above for guidance before using the kit and always refer to the instructional leaflet included in the pack - if in doubt, our technical team are a phone call away on 0113 2455450. Care should be taken if covering over a significantly different base colour as more paint will be required.



Features & Benefits


  • Quickly and easily transforms old and damaged worktops
    • Coats and covers burns and scratches
    • Cracks, chips, deeper cuts or dents should be repaired with a 2-part epoxy putty
  • Up to 5m² surface coverage per kit
  • Easy to use with no special skills needed
  • Safe to use - low odour
  • Work can be completed in just a weekend
  • Kit contains transformation coats - see below for full contents
    • Some extra tools and supplies required
  • Transformed worktops can be used lightly 48 hours after painting
  • Heat resistant up to 135°C for short periods of time
    • Hot cookware should not be placed directly onto the worktop
  • Can be used over surfaces with existing Worktop Transformation Kit applied
    • Requires sanding thoroughly with included Sanding Tool and following normal application process below
    • Using the White Transformation Kit to cover an existing black surface will require additional paint
  • Not for use if existing laminate is blistering, bubbling or buckling.



Each Kit Contains


  • 1lt Basecoat
  • 500ml Topcoat, consisting of 2 parts:
    • 396ml Protective Top Coat Base
    • 104ml Protective Top Coat Activator
  • Sanding Tool
  • Stir Sticks
  • 2 x Roller Heads
  • Instructional Leaflet
  • How-To DVD

Other Supplies Needed (not included in the kit):

  • 100mm Roller Frame
  • Disposable Gloves
  • 2 x 50mm Synthetic Paint Brush
  • Protective Glasses
  • 2 x Paint Tray
  • Dust Sheets
  • 50mm Masking Tape
  • Lint-free Cloths/rags
  • Caulk
  • Dust Mask



Technical Data


  • Each Worktop Transformation kit will transform up to 5m² of surface
  • Apply when room temperature is: Between 15ºC and 26ºC
  • Base Coat: Recoat after 2 hours
  • Protective Top Coat: Dry overnight (but within 24 hours) before applying Protective Top Coat
  • Worktop use after painting:
    • 48 hours - light use
    • 7 days - full use
  • Coats required:
    • Basecoat: 2 coats
    • Topcoat: 1 coat

The Worktop Transformation Kit Clear Protective Topcoat contains fine glitter particles:

  • Galaxy Black has Silver
  • Diamond White has Gold

The flecks help to hide imperfections in the substrate.

For a more in depth guide of how to apply Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit check out our blog; How to Transform Your Worktop with Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit



Preperation & Application


Always read the instructions and watch the how-to DVD provided with the kit before use, or give our technical team a call on 0113 2455450.

Measure Up Your Worktop

Measure the size of your worktop area in sections. Be sure to mark measurements in metres, as shown in the example. (Note: 100cms = 1metre)

To calculate the square metre area (m²) of your worktop using the table below, multiply length and width of each section, then add the m² area of each section to give you the total m² area of your new worktop.

 

 

Preparation


A. Make sure the worktop area is in good condition and that all cracks, chips and dents have been repaired. Worktop Transformations will coat and cover any burns and small scratches in the existing Worktop whilst cracks, chips, deeper cuts or dents can be repaired by filling them with a 2-part epoxy putty. When the putty dries, sand the area until it is even with the surrounding surface. Once repairs have been made, follow the normal application process. Then, clean the worktop thoroughly with soap and water to remove any contaminants. Allow to dry.

B. Wearing a dust mask and gloves, thoroughly sand the entire worktop surface using the Sanding Tool. Place both hands firmly on the Sanding Tool and sand in a circular motion. Pay special attention to the splashback and the front edge of the worktop. Be careful when sanding around the sink and other areas since the Sanding Tool can easily scratch these surfaces. Remove dry caulk around the sink or splashback using a putty knife.

C. Use a hand brush and dust pan to remove sanding dust and wipe down the worktop with a damp, lint-free cloth. (You may also wish to use a suitable vacuum cleaner with hose attachment to remove dust). Once the surface is dry, rub your clean, bare hand on the worktop to check for dust. If you see dust on your hand, wipe the worktop down again and allow it to dry fully. Repeat as necessary until all sanding dust is removed.

D. Carefully inspect the surface to ensure that the entire surface is de-glossed - Complete de-glossing is CRITICAL for proper coating system.

E. Next, mask off the sink, appliances and all adjacent areas with masking tape. Spread the dust sheets onto the floor along all base cabinets. Apply smooth masking tape on the wall behind the splashback.

Drying times can be found above under "Technical Data".

 

Step 1: Apply The Basecoat


Once the worktop has been prepared, you will apply two even coats of the Base Coat, 2 hours apart. If you have a section that is over 1.8 metres long, have a second person help you apply the Base Coat.

A. Thoroughly stir the Base Coat using a stir stick. Pour a portion of the Base Coat into a clean paint tray.

B. Starting with the splashback, use a 50mm synthetic brush to apply an even coat of Base Coat.

C. Be sure that your coverage includes 2-5cm of the flat worktop surface that connects to the splashback. This will prevent your roller from accidentally bumping into the splashback while rolling.

D. Working from back-to-front, use the enclosed roller to apply an even coat of Base Coat over the entire worktop. Then use the brush again to coat any tight spaces (i.e. around the sink or in the corners).

E. For each section, once the Base Coat has been applied to the entire surface then re-roll in one, uniform direction towards your body.

F. After the Base Coat has been applied, quickly inspect the entire worktop for sags, mistakes, or areas of thin coverage. Apply more Base Coat where necessary.

G. After the first coat has dried for at least 2 hours or until the inside edges are dry, repeat steps A-F and apply a second even coat of Base Coat.

H. Once the second coat is touch dry (approx. 2 hours) and before it completely dries, be sure to remove the tape by first scoring it around the edges.

Allow the coating to dry overnight. However, apply the Protective Top Coat within 24 hours of applying the Base Coat.

 

Step 2: Apply The Protective Top Coat


In this final step, the Protective Top Coat will create a beautiful, lasting and protective finish for your new worktop surfaces. The Protective Top Coat is lowodour and requires no special ventilation.

Important: Contents of Protective Top Coat are flammable until applied to the surface. Extinguish all flames and pilot lights, and turn off stoves, heaters, electric motors and other sources of ignition during use until project is complete. Keep away from heat, sparks and flame. Do not smoke.

To clean off any dust that settled overnight, give the worktop a wipe down with a damp lint free cloth and allow to dry.

Important: Once mixed and activated, you will have 4 hours to apply the Protective Top Coat. Do not use leftover Protective Top Coat after 4 hours, even if it’s still liquid.

A. Mask off the sink, appliances, and all adjacent areas with masking tape. Spread the dust sheets on the floor along all base cabinets. Apply masking tape on the wall behind the splashback.

B. Wearing gloves and safety glasses, pour the entire contents of Part 2 Activator into the Part 1 Base and thoroughly mix with a stir stick for at least 2 minutes. It is important to stir thoroughly for proper activation. Then, pour a portion of the blended Protective Top Coat mixture into a clean paint tray, and cover remaining paint.

C. Use a 50mm synthetic paint brush to apply an even layer of Protective Top Coat to the splashback and along the edges. Be sure your coverage includes 2-5cm of the flat worktop surface that connects to the splashback as you did in the application of the Base Coat in Step 1. This will prevent your roller from accidentally bumping into the backsplash when rolling.

D. For even coverage and to avoid brush marks, you must use the roller provided. Roll an even coat, from back to front, over the entire surface of the worktop and over the front edge as you did in the application of the Base Coat in Step 1.

E. For each section, once the Protective Top Coat has been applied to the entire surface, re-roll in one uniform direction.

F. Allow the Protective Top Coat to dry undisturbed, taking steps to make sure the worktop is not touched or brushed up against. Keep windows closed, pets away, and ceiling fans off. Protective Top Coat will be tack free in 4 - 6 hours. Coating will dry overnight.

G. Allow the worktop to dry to the touch, approximately 4 - 6 hours. Score the masking tape along the edges of the worktop. Then carefully remove the tape.

H. Allow the Protective Top Coat to dry 48 hours for light use. Wait 7 days for full cure and maximum stain resistance.

It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.

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Data sheet

Manufacturer
Rust-Oleum
Parts
2
Application
Brush, Roller
Coverage
5m² per kit
Heat Resistance (up-to)
135°C for short periods of time
Touch Dry
48 Hours
Attachments
Download


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questions si on 2019-12-31 16:53:41
Question: 

Hi We have a very ugly marble worktop. Would this product be appropriate to paint it with? Regards

Answer: 

Unfortauntely not, Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit is only suitable for application on to laminated timber worktops.

questions Amanda Clarke on 2019-10-26 15:54:28
Question: 

Can I use the left over paint on the Tiles in the kitchen? I will only be using half a tin.

Answer: 

No, we would instead recommend Rust-Oleum Tile Transformation Kit for any tiled areas.

questions Gillan  on 2019-09-15 13:44:20
Question: 

Will this product work on sanded birch faced plywood ? Thanks

Answer: 

Yes Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit can be used. If the ply is bare we suggest priming with Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 Plus first then apply the kit products following instructions carefully. If the ply has some kind of coating on already then standard Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 can be applied to prime the surface first.

questions Mark Burch on 2019-02-01 21:38:53
Question: 

Can I use this product on wooden worktops that have been coated in Junkers Rustic Oil over the years (all dried of course) but quite glossy?

Answer: 

Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit would not be suitable for application to this type of surface.

questions Anne on 2019-02-01 10:28:37
Question: 

Can I use this paint on earthstone worktops please? Thanks

Answer: 

Earthstone worktops appear to have an acrylic top layer, provided this has no wax or water repelling properties then the Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit can be applied. The abrasive pads can be used on this type of surface to provide the key for the colour base coat.

questions Phil  on 2018-11-17 20:49:35
Question: 

Can I use my own glitter to mix in to the topcoat?

Answer: 

The Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kits (Black & White) both have glitter particles in the lacquer formulation. If you would like more of a glitter effect then you could put more glitter either stirred into the lacquer finish or sprinkled on top while it is still wet.

If sprinkling on top you would need to roller the particles into the lacquer to make sure it is completely covered. Any flakes which weren’t completely covered by the top lacquer could tarnish or react with cleaning products. Finally, if you do wish to introduce your own glitter we would recommend carrying out a test, before using the full kit.

questions Dorothy allen on 2018-05-29 14:05:24
Question: 

Can I mix white diamond with black galaxy for a deep or light grey.? Cheers

Answer: 

No, at the moment in the UK the only two colours available are Galaxy Black and Diamond White.

We advise against this as when mixing colours you can get colour separation, the 2 pigments don’t mix together completely and streaks will form in the finish.

questions wayne martin  on 2018-04-21 22:13:40
Question: 

can i get a touch up top coat for galaxy black as it was damaged after I left the job

Answer: 

Unfortunately we don't offer the components of the pack separately.

questions R Newton on 2018-02-11 08:52:41
Question: 

Is this finish heat proof

Answer: 

The coating is heat resistant, for example, it will take hot cups of tea on the surface, i.e. up to 100°C MAX but not a pan from the stove or casserole dish out of the oven for example.

questions Tracy on 2018-01-31 16:58:26
Question: 

Would the black cover oatmeal coloured worktops ?

Answer: 

When applying Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kit over a significantly different base colour you may not get good coverage and additional coats of the desired finished colour may be required.

  1. Prepare the surface following the instructions included in the Worktop Transformation Kit in white.
  2. Apply the Base coat.
  3. Apply 1-2 coats of the Rust-Oleum Satin Finish Furniture Paint in colour of your choice, to achieve complete coverage over the substrate.
  4. Finish off with the Kitchen Worktop lacquer.
questions Emma on 2017-08-23 16:33:41
Question: I have a black worktop but I would like to change it to white. Would your white worktop kit be able to do this? Thanks
Answer: 

You would not get good coverage with the white supplied with the kit over a black worktop, additional coats of a white paint will be required.

  1. Prepare the surface following the instructions included in the Worktop Transformation Kit in white.
  2. Apply the White Base coat.
  3. Apply 1-2 coats of the Rust-Oleum Satin Finish Furniture Paint in Cotton (white), to achieve complete coverage over the black substrate.
  4. Finish off with the Kitchen Worktop lacquer.
questions Donna on 2016-10-27 08:42:15
Question: Can I add glitter flakes or sprinkle them on work top to add to the work top?
Answer: 

The Rust-Oleum Worktop Transformation Kits (Black & White) both have glitter particles in the lacquer formulation. If you would like more of a glitter effect then you could put more glitter either stirred into the lacquer finish or sprinkled on top while it is still wet.
If sprinkling on top you would need to roller the particles into the lacquer to make sure it is completely covered. Any flakes which weren’t completely covered by the top lacquer could tarnish or react with cleaning products. Finally, if you do wish to introduce your own glitter we would recommend carrying out a test, before using the full kit.

questions Jess on 2016-09-30 23:08:31
Question: Hi, would the white cover a black worktop?
Answer: 

No. Each kit is sufficient to coat 5m² of work surface, measure your area and ensure you purchase sufficient to apply 2 coats.

questions Andrea on 2016-04-24 23:38:12
Question: can worktop kit be tinted to make other colours , or mixed together to make grey?
Answer: 

No, at the moment in the UK the only two colours available are Galaxy Black and Diamond White.

  

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