A kitchen table is often the centerpiece of the kitchen. It’s a reflection of your preference, or it may be a design that readily fits in with the rest of the kitchen motif. One of the most elegant materials used in a kitchen atmosphere is marble, particularly for marble countertops. Possessing a true marble table that matches that fashion may be impractical for many, but a specific type of paint can be sprayed to make this effect.
Move your table into an open area like a workshop, garage or even outside if the weather will be fine.
Sand down the table to eliminate as much of their original finish as possible. A belt sander or a palm sander comes in handy for this task. Use grits of sandpaper starting with an 80-grit to strip off the end, then progressively utilize higher grits like 100, 200 and 400 grit to smooth out the table. Once completely sanded, wipe down the table with a damp rag to remove all the dust and debris.
Fill in almost any dents or dings with wood rubbed once the table has been sanded smooth. Use a putty knife to fill out in these areas. After the wood filler is dry, then use 200-grit sandpaper to sand it off and make it level with the rest of the table.
Prime the table using primer. The sort of primer you use must correspond with the kind of primer recommended by the marble paint manufacturer. If possible, use a latex paint primer because they’re simpler to work with and tidy up. Brush on a coat of primer on smaller tables or roll on a coat for larger tables. Allow to dry, then add a second coat for maximum coverage and durability.
Attach an air compressor to a pressure feed spray gun. Use a sprayer using a needle hole that measures at least 2 mm to 2.4 mm. Remove the paint cup and then fill it with marble spray paint. Expand the full paint cup back into place, and wear a respirator. Begin spraying on the table with the marble paint, with a slow and effortless side to side movement. Cover the table so that the whole surface is wet. Based on paint cup size, then you may need to refill it a few times before full coverage is reached. Allow to dry completely, which may take several days for a complete cure.