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Old 07-29-2011, 06:30 PM   #1
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Laminate backsplash has us puzzled


We are planning our approach to our kitchen redo and have been puzzling over our laminate backsplash. It curves from the countertop up to the bottom of the top cabinets. We'd like to put stone tile for the backsplash but wonder how to remove it, apart from removing the countertop as well.

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a picture would be nice.

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I'm not sure how to upload one, but, will try

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Did this pic post?

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you can look here: How to resize photos to post them here.
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This sounds like a preformed laminate counter that is all in one piece. If it is, you can't modify it for the stated purpose.
You would need to replace the top.

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