I have a question regarding sanding the edge of a formica counter
top. I have a laminate counter top with a bevel edge molding made by
kuehn. There is a spot where the bevel molding is not flush with the
top surface of the counter top so I lightly sanded the raised part.
In hindsight I probably should not have sanded but it is done now.
The problem is I can see a white layer of the formica where I sanded.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can hide this white line?
Unfortunately, the options are to replace that section of laminate, or
try to hide the white line using permanent markers.
Sometimes if the laminate is a darker color, a permanent marker will
somewhat hide the lines, You might try an arts and craft store and
see if you can find a suitable color. It's probably will still be
noticable if you know to look for it, but sometime they hide pretty
I hope this helps.
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