The previous owners of this house put hot pans directly on the Formica
kitchen counter resulting in burn spots all over the place. I don't
want a complete kitchen remodel, just to replace the counter top.
Is there a product that can just be put over the entire damaged counter
TOP ONLY without ripping the whole thing apart and installing a new
I appreciate your thoughts on the subject.
Seriously, there's no reason you can't put a new layer
of formica over the old. Just scratch the old surface
with a course sandpaper and thoroughly clean and degrease
to ensure the new formica and adhesive will have a good
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If you're interested in tiling, there is a thinset available that can
be applied directly to formica without any scarifying necessary. You
could put a nice granite coutertop on for about $4.50 / sq. ft. I'm
thinking about doing my formica coutertops like this.
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