Venturing into “As Seen On TV” territory, I found a fun finish. This two-part stainless-steel-doped epoxy can turn all your furniture into the space-age stainless I keep seeing.
It’s an “automotive grade” finish, and the FAQ answers all questions in terms of what you can and can’t do to your car’s finish. For example, Liquid Stainless Steel isn’t suitable for countertops, because automotive grade finishes aren’t rated for chopping and cutting. But if you’re looking to put a cool finish on your project and a car finish would be a suitable match, or overkill, you might want to take a look.
They sell the base and top coats separately, and the smallest bottles are six ounces. A pint each of the base and top coats will cover 50 square feet and cost $42.
Liquid Stainless Steel [Corporate Site]