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How to repair resin-type vanity counter?

Posted by Sandra Ball on April 9th, 2000 04:23 PM

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Dear Jim
We are not kids trying to hide that we left some nail polish remover soaked in a paper towel on top of counter in bathroom. We already told the owner who's in Honduras what we accidentally did and she said to get an estimate and try and have it fixed. We go back from this condo in Florida to Canada in 3 days after being here 3 months. Can we fix it ourselves somehow or how much can we expect to pay to have it fixed? It has bubbled and now you can rub it and it comes off (the top surface). Can it be sanded and re-polished with something? Oil? What? You must know of a way to get this little job (I hope) done? The spot is about 4"by6" on top beside the sink well. The sink and vanity is a one piece molded resin sdort-of stuff. Don't want to get scre--- by some estimate person because we're two women!
Thank you in advance and thank you for replying so fast the fist time, even if it wasn't the correct answer.

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