Thrifty bathroom counter organizer (this would be cute on a desktop in my home office too)…
- Thrift store scores: mismatched vase, ceramic jar with lid, tiny dish and tile trivet
- RustOleum FlexiDip (removable rubber coating in gray) or spray paint
How to: Clean and dry ceramic pieces. Apply 4-6 light even coats allowing 5 minutes dry time between each coat. Let dry overnight. Optional: Glue pieces together with an epoxy glue. Rubber coating is removable (within three months) when adhered to plastic, metal and glass…pretty cool!
That’s it. I love the matte color, texture, that if I had used something ‘precious’, I’d be able to peel away the rubbing coating, and that it’s waterproof too.
See the bathroom reveal here.
Great idea. I love it all.
What an excellent idea! Thanks for the inspiration!
It doesn’t occur to me often enough to *paint* things that I find at thrift shops. Thanks for the reminder!!
WoW! This is really neat! I haven’t seen this product before…great idea for using it :0) ! So glad to have you test it out before I spend money to try it… Thank you for sharing your experience with it. How do you remove it? Does it just peel away easily?
Well there you go! At this rate, there won’t be anything left to donate to charity, if we keep on repurposing and painting and making stuff from other stuff! I’m like to try just that! love spray stuff. like Pam. or deodorant, even. if it sprays, it stays.
Greate idea with Flexidip. Easy to coat anything. Easy to remove flexidip.