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Old 12-16-2019, 07:54 PM   #1
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Default Repairing Thin Laminate

The laminate on my kitchen countertop has suddenly come loose in a central area and is cracking. The area has raised a little with several cracks adjacent to it. It is very thin, not thick like Formica. I am hoping to glue it back down some way, but I need ideas how to best do this. I am afraid if I lift it to spread glue under it, it will break off and become worse. it is about a 6x6 area. Any suggestions??

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Old 12-16-2019, 08:23 PM   #2
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I used wicking super glue for these types of repairs. You can get it in woodworking stores ranging from very thin to more viscous. Some come with disposable injectors minimizing required lifting.
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Default Amazing goop might work

I used it to re-attach some peeling wood veneer laminate in our RT. I taped the veneer down while it was drying using blue painters tape. It's very waterproof and makes a permanent fix.
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