Concrete countertop finishes are becoming more and more popular in today’s homes due to the relatively cheap material costs and easy maintenance. In addition, concrete bumpers can be easily created, and can be made in various colors and textures. Measure the area of the stack to obtain an accurate measurement for your new countertop. Also, measure the hole for the sink. Measure the particle dose to the same extent as your new countertop. Next, measure 4 high 4-inch strips of particles that will act as on the sides of your cement-top form.
Concrete countertop finishes, screw the side strips of the agglomerate to the shape of the bottom of particles. This will form a mold for your cement. Place the screws firmly in each corner, as well as every six inches of the particle along the sides. For any holes for your sink, cut off additional particle sections to block the concrete mix.
Concrete countertop finishes, mix the Portland cement in a large bucket or cement mixer. Pour a 1-inch layer of cement in its particle form. Allow the cement form to dry, at least 10 hours. Cut a section of rebar to be placed around your sink. The rebar should set approximately 1 to 2 inches around your entire sink hole. Place the armor on the top of the dry cement slab.