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    Knife Marks in countertop

    Hello,
    I know almost nothing about home repair or upkeep. While cooking a few days ago, using a cutting board that was woefully thin, the knife etched into the counter. Is there any way to fix/make it better? I think the counter top is some sort of laminate...it is a blueish covering over what appears to be cardboard underneath it. Name:  20140607_233027.jpg
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    Sorry, if it's laminate your marks are permanent. The only hope you would have of any kind of repair like that would be if it was on a solid surface counter top like Quartz, silestone, granite etc...
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    I think its done, get the new one

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    You can fill the scratches in with laminate paste or filler products, or you can apply furniture paste wax to hide the scratches.

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