More on Paper Countertops

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We briefly touched on high density paper countertops in the Corian Plus Six Alternatives post. But we think the material deserves a little bit closer look since it's so new to the world of countertop materials:

For further information on the various manufacturers of resin-impregnated paper countertops, visit re-nest. If you would like to try out the material on a small scale before making the jump to a kitchen full of it, we recommend a test run with a $25 cutting board like one of these made from Richlite or PaperStone.

Related: Good Question: What Is the Best Material for a Kitchen Work Surface?

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