Published at Tuesday, February 27th, 2018 - 07:56:06 AM. Kitchen Countertop. By Yasmin Schwortz.
Laminate kitchen countertops are probably the most widely used countertops in American homes today. Laminate countertops are made from several layers bonded together under heat and pressure and glued to particle board or plywood. Laminates have a high resistance to stains and heat but do not hold up quite as well to knives and abrasive surface as some other coverings. Also available is a solid-core laminates which have a constant color and are close to regular laminate in price but do not have ugly black edges at joints so you are able to make more decorative edges and shapes. You can also purchase laminate with looks from stone to wood and patterns of all kinds.
Cleaning a concrete kitchen counter is simple and inexpensive. Basic soap and water or a non - abrasive cleanser is the best option. To maintain the finish, waxing with beeswax every two months will protect the concrete. Concrete countertop guru, Buddy Rhodes, said it best, "Concrete is high touch. Handmade and tactile...regular use imparts a warm patina to the surface over time."
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