Hiding burn marks in laminate countertop?
August 8, 2007 7:20 AM Subscribe
How should I treat burn marks in a bathroom laminate counter top so that my corporate landlord doesn't ding me? Any advice before I start into it with sandpaper, chisels and paint?
posted by GPF to Home & Garden (15 answers total)
My internet research suggests replacing the counter top entirely, as laminate can't be easily repaired. However, I don't need it perfect, I just need it to be not obvious to the corporate employee that walks through when surveying the apartment.
I've got my "normal wear and tear" arguments ready to go. I'm pretty sure I understand the legal, ethical, and interpersonal ramifications of my situation. I'm really after handyman advice.