Milamine seam filler


I am butting two pieces of Milamine together for my shop bench top. What is a good product to fill the seam?
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Mel writes:

Epoxy. Work it in with a popsicle stick or old credit card, wipe with a rag and acetone to clean off residue before it sets.
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Use canned Dog food. Eeeeya man was this in bad taste or what? Does anyone know how melamine got into the wheat gluten ? I sure hope those bastards loose a fortune in the up coming class actions. Without testing or any other considerations they switch from a reliable supplier to a completely unknown Chinese supplier. ( I'll leave my thoughts about Chinese industry practices out or I will yet again screw myself into the ceiling)
Claude

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