So the customer had a wooden vanity top that had polyurethane applied years before. They also had a tile floor in the hall bath. They remodeled around the tub with new tile and painted the walls and layed down baseboard.
Saving some money towards the end they wanted to keep the vanity and tile floor and chose our stonefleck color "fossill" to both surfaces. We cleaned the vanity and sanded the wood to promote adhesion. On the floor we cleaned and then applied acid to etch, followed by our neutralizer, step 1 and cleaner, step 2.
With fossill, the background is white and we used our sealer to create bonding.Same process to the tile floor. Then we applied the actual stonefleck to both vanity and tile. After overnight drying we used our clear on the vanity and floor. The difference is application of floors now we use a special roller cover, mohair, to add thickness because floors need that extra thick for durability. We sprayed the vanity with our hvlp system. Our fume exhauster was set up to exhaust 90 percent of smell during the process