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Tips

Feb 10, 2010
Wrapping Radius Corners: Outside corners of your countertop can be made safer, and better looking by making the square corner a rounded, or radius corner. To do this you first need to choose the size...
Feb 08, 2010
When an edge becomes loose or a bubble forms in the deck of your countertop, normally a hot hair dryer and some pressure applied to the loose area can reactivate the glue and re-stick the laminate. ...
Feb 01, 2010
Don't cut on your tops; always use a cutting board. Don't set hot pans on your tops; always use a hot pad holder. Don't get oven cleaners, bleach, toilet bowl cleaners, or any lye-based...
Dec 31, 2009
For general cleaning a good dish soap and water will do. For tougher stains, products like Fantastic and 409 work well. The following solvents are for sticky substances, markers, polishes, paints,...
Dec 31, 2009
Unfortunately laminate is not the easiest product to repair successfully, but things can be done to lessen imperfections. Burns: A small burn like that of a cigarette left burning on the edge of...
Sep 08, 2009
Caulk is a necessity for most any countertop job. It can be very unpredictable. Sometimes you can caulk once and it will never come out, sometimes you have to caulk three, four, maybe five times...