Archive for the ‘Countertop Resurfacing’ Category

How To Renovate An Old Peeling Formica Laminate Desk Top

July 22nd, 2011 1 comment

Wilsonart 1847k-46 On Desk CountertopA few years ago…I purchased a cheap desk from Office Depot. It was one of the prefab, ready-to-assemble (RTA) styles. As time passed, I began to notice that the key board slide-out was getting really ugly and worn. The actual desktop was also peeling away from the daily abuse. It was a cheap vinyl coating that was wearing out.
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Countertop Paint for Formica

July 15th, 2010 9 comments

Giani provides a painting system that transforms a laminate countertop into simulated Granite. The resurfacing paint works on Formica tops, Corian, solid surface, wood ceramic and synthetic marble. It is easy to apply and comes with an outstanding warranty. read Countertop Paint for Formica

Process of Resurfacing Kitchen Countertop With Plastic Laminate

January 29th, 2010 No comments

If you follow this process when resurfacing your bathroom or kitchen countertop with Formica plastic laminate things should go smoothly. You are going to need a belt sander, block sander, router, trim bit for the router, and a file. Other things will be required such as a straight edge (for cutting laminate), various clamps, read The Process of Resurfacing a Kitchen Countertop

Plastic Laminate Countertop Recovering Instructions

January 8th, 2010 No comments

If you have an old plastic laminate countertop that you want learn recovering techniques for, these instructions will get you going in the right direction. Just like painting, counters that are going to be relaminated need to be prepped properly. Along with the correct preparation, you must use the proper Formica resurfacing contact glue for your kitchen or bathroom top.
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