Stainless Steel Prep Table Ideas

Oct 4th

Stainless steel prep table can transform a plain clear glass countertop into an artwork by painting it. You can paint on glass with either water-based or oil-based colors. Choose from a wide range of colors in both types of color, to mix or contrast with your existing room decor. Create a shimmering effect with transparent glass paints or paint a more conventional image with opaque glass colors. Transparent and opaque glass paints have their own distinctive consistency and do not mix well, so choose one or another to paint your glass board.

System Stainless Steel Prep Table
System Stainless Steel Prep Table

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Spray window sill on glass. Wipe the surface with wrinkled paper to remove dust, dirt and fingerprints. Then polish the glass to a clear dry gloss. Ask a friend to help you lift the glass slab from the stainless steel prep table frame or leg if they will interfere with your painting. Set two saw horses at a short distance from each other to support the glass board while painting. Gently lift the glass and place it on the saw horses. Select a pattern or image to paint. Create an original design with your freehand sign, or find an image that you can track. You can also use a stencil or template as a model to paint your tabletop.

Place your sketch or image on the underside of the stainless steel prep table with the drawing upward through the glass. Secure it under the glass with masking tape. If you use a stencil, attach it to the top of the glass with masking tape. Fill in the design with the type and color of the glass colors of your choice. Glass paint and brushes you will use for this project can be found in art shops and craft shops. Use thin brushes for lines and small areas. Use thicker brushes to paint larger areas. Allow the colors to dry overnight. Pull the masking tape very carefully and then remove your image from the glass. Spray the top of the glass with a glass finish spray to seal colors. Allow the finished stained glass to dry overnight. Carefully place the table top back on the table frame or leg.