Concrete bathroom vanities – Stamped concrete, also known as embossed or patterned concrete, created by imprinting wet concrete with a pattern. The pattern is embedded in carpets made of polyurethane that carries the desired consistency. The blot dries on the end product, giving the impression of stone, brick, and even wood. Stamped concrete forms, textures and colors are many, and the choices are becoming more plentiful as the popularity grows. Stamped concrete should be resealed every three or so years, an easy enough task to complete on their own. Inside the home, are patterned concrete used on the fireplace surrounds, bathroom vanities, kitchen countertops, sinks and table tops.
If you want to use antique furniture in the wet and humid environment of a bathroom you will need some time to prepare the wood. Adequate preparation will preserve the wood of ancient and enhance beauty, restore it to a good condition and so its style and elegance to shine. Production of wood to be used in a bathroom includes stripping old stain, restraining and sealing the wood. You must also decide if the concrete bathroom vanities will have a sink attached to it or near it, as the amount of direct water that your antique exposed will determine the kind of finish you use. Strip ancient of the original finish. Sand the finish line down with high-grit sandpaper, between 100 and 150 grit. Dry the surface after sanding with a damp cloth. Apply a chemical stripper to the finish line. Use a wash away chemical stripper to reduce the hassle during cleanup. Use rubber gloves to protect your hands from chemicals. Allow the chemical stripper to sit on the finish line.
Apply a thin coat of oil-based stain. Remove excess stain with a clean cloth and let the wood dry completely. Apply the finish in several layers, sanding between coats. Choose a mirror with an elegant antique feel to compliment your restored antique vanity. Hang the mirror on the wall just behind the vanity or attach it to the concrete bathroom vanities itself. Avoid excess water to sit directly on the tree and install an exhaust ceiling fan to ensure proper ventilation and to reduce the humidity in the bathroom.