You've just reminded me of an incident at a party many moons ago.
Someone managed to scrape through the brown paint on the wall of my
friends lounge (he lived with his parents at the time) to the plaster
beneath. Someone had the bright idea of colouring in the scrape with
felt tip pen. It almost but not quite worked mainly due to the colouree
being ipssed at the time.
You will pay for your sins. If you have already paid, please disregard
I don't think you can remove the burnt area other than by cutting the burnt
surface out. If you do that you will need a spare piece of worktop from
which to cut a same size piece then glue it place. The repair would be
visible and might not be any better than the burn mark.
If you have a router, then using round templates or a trammel, you can cut a
new piece from spare worktop( if you have any), and cut the burnt piece
away. If you use depth control as well you only need to route out the
plastic, leaving the wood intact. Do the job well and its almost
undetectable, depending on the worktop pattern or not. Its amazing how
accurately even an amateur can work with a router. If you have plenty of
spare worktop you might be able to practice, and you will probably find
there are loads of books on routing in your local library if you are not an
Best of luck
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