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Laminate Kitchen Worktop Repair: A Nutshell Guide

4 Responses to “Laminate Kitchen Worktop Repair: A Nutshell Guide”

  1. I recently bought black gloss constellation worktops from you but there is some lifting at the mitre join. Can you recommend a method of glueing the laminate to remove the bump?

    Thank you

  2. Hello Anthony,

    Thank you for your message. It is a shame to hear your laminate worktop is lifting at the joint. To give you full assistance on this matter, please can you email photos of the issue to

    Our friendly support team will be able to assist you with your query.

    Kind regards,
    Ellie @ Worktop Express

  3. Hi. I had my work surfaces made in bright yellow. There is a surface scratch on one and I’m reading that furniture paste wax could remedy this. Can you recommend which wax to buy. Thanks julia

  4. Hi Julia,
    We do recommend that furniture paste wax can be buffed into scratches to make them less visible. Most brands of furniture paste wax should be fine. Clean the countertop with warm, soapy water and then use a soft cloth to work furniture paste wax into the scratches. Let it dry and then use a clean cloth to buff the surface.
    Many thanks,
    Adam @ Worktop Express

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