Laminate countertop beveled edge – The edge design of the bench contributes to the aesthetic appeal of your kitchen or bathroom. Beveled edges are generally found on countertops installed in one piece, such as granite or concrete countertops. This is because the manufacturer can cut the beveled edge into the countertop itself. While laminate countertops sport often 90-degree angle rather than angled edges, it does not mean you cannot create a beveled edge on your new laminate countertops yourself.
Attach a downward cutting laminate sheet to the puzzle. Place the puzzle at the far end of the worktop where the frame meets the counter laminate. Sand laminate countertop beveled edge of the worktop. Measure the length of the countertop and the distance from the upper edge to the lower edge of the worktop along the section. Then, cut a strip of the laminate to size with a hard metal point scoring tools.
Furthermore, apply a water-based laminate adhesive on the back of the laminate strip. Align the laminate strip with the upper edge of the countertop. Roll a J-roller over the laminate countertop beveled edge to ensure that the strip of laminate adheres properly to the counter frame. Wipe off the excess laminate glue with a dry cloth. Trim the excess laminate from the edging with the carbide tip scoring tools.