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woodsondog

02:07AM | 03/25/03
Member Since: 03/24/03
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My kitchen installer messed up installing my new counter top. First off, since he is a good friend, I don't want to bring it up to him because this friendship is more important than a $600 countertop and with this exception he did a stupendous job putting my kitchen in.

Anyway, his assistant was incharge of screwing in the counter top to the cabinets. He did fine except for one of the screws went in too far and poked up through the top of the formica. It's not a large hole. So, it's not worth scraping the whole top and ruining a good friendship.

With this in mind, is there some type of "patch kit", epoxy, or sealent I can put in the hole (I unscrewed the screw a little) to seal the hole so that it won't cause water expansion damage in the future?

I am open to any advise. Thanks.

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