There are several ways to do laminate countertop resurfacing. Laminate countertops are very durable, but over time, you might grow tired of the look that they provide. If this is the case, consider the follow methods you could take to resurface them.
1. Faux Concrete Spray
There is a product that you can put on a laminate countertop that allows you to create a concrete countertop look. This product simply sprays on and drys on the surface. This is a very easy option for resurfacing laminate. It is also relatively inexpensive compared to some of the other options. The final look is nearly indistinguishable from authentic concrete.
Another option that you have is to paint the laminate countertops, which is both easy and affordable. Before you can paint, you must clean the countertops well. Then you will need to apply a bonding primer to the surface and finally apply the paint. This will allow you to make the countertop any color that you desire. You can also use various painting techniques to create different effects.
3. Granite Tile
If you like the idea of granite countertops, but do not want to go through the process of having a new slab installed, consider installing granite tile. To do this, you will need to remove the top layer of the laminate countertop or at least rough it up. Then you can apply the adhesive to the top of the laminate and install the granite tile. The tile with bullnose on the edge can completely cover up the edge of the laminate countertop. This is an option that will be a little bit more costly, but it will completely change the look of your kitchen.
4. Ceramic Tile
You can also install ceramic tile on a laminate countertop. You will need to scrape off the top layer of the laminate countertop in order to give the tile adhesive something to stick to. Once you do this, laying the tile should be relatively easy. You can create many different custom looks and use several different types of tile to complete the job. You could even do a border with tile or a design inside. Some people like to use decorative tiles or medallions in the center of the counter to create a focal point for the kitchen.