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AlaskaGuy

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#1 posted 09-23-2018 05:29 AM


Changing to a new color, and didn’t teally want to buy some new mdf. So would it be better to remove the old laminate or just sand and install new?

- Hornnumb2

That pretty your call depending on how much work you want to do. Just remember the dark color on the edge that shows with be twice as thick as before.

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