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Posted by BobB on July 17th, 2002 11:43 AM
In reply to cutting formica by David Clark on July 17th, 2002 09:00 AM [Go to top of thread]

Well, it's good to build the countertop in your shop where you can trim it with lots of room. But given the situation where it has to be installed on an existing countertop that cannot be removed, I've resorted to hacksaw blades and a hand file, in places where power tools won't reach. You need to be careful, and back off the pressure on the up stroke, wo you don't splinter or chip the laminate. You may be able to get a little closer with a Dremmel tool.

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