04:49PM | 03/06/01
Member Since: 03/05/01
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The seams in my formica countertop have become very visible. How or what do I use to
seal or cover them up?

03:03PM | 04/12/01
Member Since: 04/11/01
7 lifetime posts

You might consider having the countertop resurfaced. If the job is done properly all seams will be filled with fiberglass before the new surface is sprayed on. It will then be one tight unit with no seams showing. This is also good as it prevents the countertop from getting additional water damage to it. You didn't specify which seams had the problem, but if it is the miter seam you can view a repair process slide show at:,_large.htm

Larry Hunt, Area Manager

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