'50s Countertops?

Answer The 1950s was a time of post-war exuberance and kitchens often seemed to reflect the mood of the era: colourful and virbant. In the 21st century there is increased demand for decorating with a 195... Read More »

Top Q&A For: '50s Countertops

Do It Yourself: Laminate Countertops to Corian Countertops?

Countertop laminate is a form of plastic that's manufactured in sheets, then cut and glued over the countertop frame with contact cement (a compound that bonds to itself, but not to your fingers). ... Read More »

How to Cut Countertops?

If you replace a countertop in your kitchen or bathroom, you may need to cut the new countertop to fit the desired area. Laminate countertops usually come in one piece that combines the actual coun... Read More »

How do I sanitize countertops?

Wet a cloth in hot, soapy water. Thoroughly wipe down all countertop surfaces. Mix 1 tsp. of household bleach in 4 cups of water and put in a spray bottle. Spray counters with the mixture and allow... Read More »

How to Edge Countertops?

Edging a tile countertop can be done a few ways, but one of the easiest and most attractive is to use bullnose tiles. These are are curved and finished on one edge, so they create a border when lin... Read More »