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I recently installed a countertop and when sawing I chiped a small piece
of the flamica.
Any ideal how to repair without replaceing the coutertop.

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On Jan 26, 8:42*am, (Wallace Jensen) wrote:
I recently installed a countertop and when sawing I chiped a small piece
of the flamica.
Any ideal how to repair without replaceing the coutertop.


Top or edge?
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The short answer is NO, you will need to replace the top.

You did not indicate where the chip is, there may be some ideas
about a way to conceal the blemish.

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Any ideal how to repair without replaceing the coutertop.



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