Repairing Peeling Laminate?

Answer Laminated home surfaces, such as cabinets and countertops, provide a natural wood appearance at a much lower price than actual hardwood. Since laminate essentially consists of printed paper sealed ... Read More »

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Repairing Peeling Plaster in a Bathroom?

In a bathroom, plaster walls are exposed to high levels of humidity as well as actual water. Water-damaged plaster can crack and peel, creating an unsightly mess. Typically, it's the paint over the... Read More »

Repairing Peeling Leather Seats?

Sun exposure, dry air and lack of proper conditioning and care eventually causes leather to peel, making furniture and car seats unsightly and uncomfortable. Fake leather also peels away from the b... Read More »

Repairing Peeling Paint on a Bathroom Ceiling?

High humidity is the most common cause of peeling paint on a bathroom ceiling. Peeling paint is unsightly, and it exposes the ceiling to a potential mold and mildew problem unless you repair it qui... Read More »

My Wood Laminate Cabinets Are Peeling?

Over time, the laminate layer covering your cabinet may peel, leaving air bubbles on the cabinet surface or exposing the core layer of the cabinet. Depending on the extent of the damage, you may be... Read More »