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DIY TIP FOR COUNTERTOP COATINGS
While these aftermarket coating products can achieve a durable “like new” countertop surface, you will generally see better long-term results when applying to flat surfaces and bullnose countertops (rather than applying to countertop surfaces with a “sharp” or square edge). In our experience, the outside corners of a square edge are more susceptible to wear, cracking and impact damage, and will probably require touch-up repair in the future.