I’m going to start spending more time on decorative touches and less on large building projects. We have all the finish work to complete now that the drywall is installed.
The kitchen sink bottom is visible under the open cabinet in the kitchen. It is a deep single sink that was an entry laundry/clean up sink in the original house. As part of the new cabinet finish project, I decided to add to the sink soundproofing with a plastic coating spray paint. The product I bought for the desired color options is Plastidip spray. Rustoleum also makes a rubberized paint spray.
I wanted a coppery finish so I bought the dark brown camo color and the copper metal finish spray.
I took off the faucet and detergent pump and the drain. Although I broke the sealing ring for the drain trying to take it off. If I can’t replace the broken ring I have another drain saved from a replacement I made in our Arizona house in one of the plumbing supply boxes .
Then I cleaned the underside and taped the drain area and the underside of the sink rim. The original soundproofing layer was black.
After the prep I sprayed two coats of the plastidip spray which covered the old coating very well. I waited about 3 hours between coats becuase the first seemed dry. We had a door open and the ventilation system going because the painter is working in the house too.
I waited overnight to spray two coats of the metallic finish on top of the brown. This is the sink with two coats of copper metallic finish over the dark brown.