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Repair Burnt Formica?

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There are many materials that can be used when building counters, but the most common brand used is Formica because it is very easy to clean. However, it is also easy to burn. If you have burnt your Formica, you will need to repair it. This requires using an abrasive material to scrub off the burn marks, such as toothpaste or sandpaper. Sometimes it is easier to remove the burned section, rather than clean it.
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