make marmoleum go back to ambered color?

mahatmacat1July 7, 2012

Hi--I'm making some counters out of salvage marmoleum, and as I unrolled the roll I saw the ambered version of the bluer color outside. Both DH and I like the ambered version better, but we know it will go away upon exposure to air.

SO my question is: is there anything I can put on it to make it amber again?! It wasn't the exact color I wanted, but it was $10 for 35 sf, so I took it. But if I can make it that greenish-blue rather than a regular blue, it would be *perfect*.

Any thoughts or advice or leads most gratefully accepted : )

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never mind; got my answer on kitchens. As you were : )

    Bookmark   July 10, 2012 at 11:06AM
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