New counters

Discussion in 'Lighting, Interior and Exterior' started by Camp-n-ski, Aug 21, 2019.

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    Camp-n-ski New Member

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    0821191034_Burst01.jpg 0821191033_Burst01.jpg I just finished building new counters for the whole camper and got the installed. Matched the tops to the originals, was going to put something more modern but glad I did not. Looks much better, almost like never touched, except I edge banded the tops instead of the push in plastic. Also put a lament backer on, lot of work.
     
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    Shaman1 Well-Known Member

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    Nice work.
     
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    Camp-n-ski New Member

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    Thank you, love the edge banding, plastic push in would not stay
     
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    jmkay1 2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah

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    Wow, great job. Way better than the cheap stuff the manufacturer did.
     
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    Yes it is, Wilsonart khaki brown with their backer and edge banding, also used 3/4 press board. Backer and edge band sealed the wood. Water damage from sink faucet internal leak swelled the top is what started this project, but I found minor damage on some other areas and decided to do them all.
    Used old tops as patterns but had to fill some of the edges and smooth before I could use the router to copy the shapes, due to damage.
     

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