Here is a picture of the final countertops:

StoneCoat Countertops Epoxy Resin Countertopstops Tutorial


In this video, I use Stone Coat Countertops Carrara Marble Epoxy Resin Countertop Kit to redo kitchen countertops. This is an in-depth tutorial, in which I teach techniques beyond those taught in the Basic tutorial.

The following supplies are included in the StoneCoat Countertops Epoxy Resin Countertops Carerra Marble Kit: 

StoneCoat Countertops Epoxy Resin Countertops Tutorial


Scottsdale Custom Resin Countertops

We are available to do your custom epoxy resin countertops

If you are located in Arizona, near Scottsdale, Phoenix, or the surrounding valley area, contact Craftelot Resin Co, to make an appointment!

Supplies Needed for this Project:

Milwaukee heat gun 

 Nylon paint brush 

Silicone spatula kit 

Paint mixer drill bit attachment 

Painter’s tape 

Rust-Oleum 2 part primer

Stone coat countertops Carrara Marble resin countertop kit 

Stone coat countertops Carrara marble instructional video

For information of custom epoxy resin countertops in the Scottsdale, AZ area, contact

For a look at another epoxy resin countertop project we completed, see the pictures below:

StoneCoat Countertops Epoxy Resin Countertops TutorialStoneCoat Countertops Epoxy Resin Countertops Tutorial

13 Responses

  1. Well! For what is worth, I quite frankly see this to be worthy and also interests me to see here. Honestly, I just couldn’t not stop bring mesmerized by thevbrilliamxe of the artistry which you have done almost without blemish here. This is the kind of thibgsvthat requires finding and being supported. Surely a very good one out there. Thanks

  2. Hi,

    From my online studies hand poured faux carrara style white marble epoxy countertop over a client’s DIY concrete countertop with titanium & gunmetal veining / accents. The Armortech crew recently wrapped up this faux carrara white marble countertop project for some new clients in Beaverton. The clients had DIY the concrete countertop and had originally intended to apply a clear sealer, but changed their mind, after applying the sealer; and decided instead to go with a faux white marble look.

    Thank you.


    1. Very cool! I will check out the armor tech project.  Epoxy works well over concrete and you can’t go wrong with gunmetal.  Thanks for watching!  

  3. What a good site and video. Something that I never thought about and a great way to improve your skills range and make a real difference to a worktop, and make an income.  I cannot fault this site and the way it was done because it was completely new to me.  In addition to the main video you get all the in between mixing, preparation and all the equipment required, and all from Amazon.  Great way of improving tired out worktops, great stuff.

    1. Thanks D Buckley! This is just a passion of mine, as I also create art work using epoxy resin.  It was a bonus I could include all the products from Amazon, but I don’t spend much time on SEO or anything.  Just sharing my passion with others!

  4. Great, thanks for the video tutorial for redoing kitchen countertops. It really seems hard and I’m not sure if I can do that myself. Sadly, I don’t live near Arizona. Do you have cover places outside the US too? If not, I will try to ask my cousin who understands more about these technical things. He should be able to follow the tutorial easier compared to me. Thanks

    1. Email us and let us know where you are located.  I can try to connect you with someone in your area or even walk you through the process if you decide to try this yourself! 

  5. Omg I am impressed!!! Usually, we don’t think about the process of making stuff we find in the stores. We like the final product or we don’t. 
    I am impressed that you are such an artist – this work is an art for me! And you are a woman! Ha! AMAZING! Once my professor told us during our studies at Academy of Art – acting, “When you are on the stage playing your role, and you inspire with your performance at least one person from the audience to get up and join you on the stage, you have done your work well! “

    You inspired me! Thank you! Love this! 

    1. Thank you Sunny.  I too was into acting as a child and it was a great way to express myself.  Nowadays I am lucky enough to be able to do this in my artwork.  My acting mentor used to say, “Love the art in yourself, not yourself in the art.”  I try to do that each and every day.  xo

  6. This is very interesting and informative.  You give good clear instructions.  Loved how it turned out so smooth, with an impressively close resemblance to marble.  

    If you did notice something wrong on the surface or on an edge after it was dry, how easy would it be to correct that?  

    I paint resin miniatures but never thought of it being used to make a counter that looks like stone!  

    Hope you keep going with this; I find it both entertaining and educational at the same time.

    1. Hello, I try to watch out for imperfections as I am pouring my countertops.  Sometimes I actually encourage imperfections as they look more similar to certain types of rock that would be used on a countertop.  However, if an imperfection is found that is unwanted, it can be fixed by sanding down the surface, then applying another layer of epoxy resin.  It is more time and money, but it is always possible. That is one of the great things about epoxy resin.  If it starts to get scratched up(this would take some serious effort because the epoxy resin is very tough), then you can always add a coat to brighten it up! Even years later. 

      Would love to see your resin miniatures! Let me know if you would be interested in doing a guest tutorial!  

      Thanks for stopping by!

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