Verde butterfly granite is beautiful and durable for any kitchen design addition. They are also very heavy and can be expensive. If you like the look of granite, but the cost of replacing an accountant or purchasing the slab is too, consider painting granite. Granite paints are available in a wide range of colors and are adaptable to your tastes. All kits come with a mixture of mica, quartz and other minerals of colors; mix the color you like by adding more or less of any color. Paint on the top right of the wood or an existing meter.
Run fine grain sandpaper on wood to smooth the surface. Sanding the bumps, chipped or uneven areas so that the final product is as smooth as granite. Roll the base coat of paint Verde butterfly granite. This is a solid color paint covering the grain and color of wood. Use a paint roller and paint smooth lines in even without overlapping edges. Let this coat of paint dries. Use a sponge included in the kit, and moistens slightly in the sink. Immersing the sponge in one of the three colors in the kit and sponge paint timber.
Moisten the second sponge and sponge paint the second color directly on top of the first. A third color can also be used to finish and lighten the design. Heavier or lighter sponge depending on your preference. Large patches of paint combined with small spots of paint give a realistic appearance, as Verde butterfly granite is never the same pattern throughout the stone. Allow sponge paint dry overnight and then paint a transparent layer of lacquer on sponge paint to seal in the paint and make the wood waterproof.