Somehow, somebody managed to scald/burn a circle into a kitchen countertop (not FORMICA, just the cheaper board with a laminate top) via a boiling pot of water. The outer laminate is crispy with a new shade of brown and starting to peel. Is there any way to just fix the laminate and not replace the whole counter? Could you cut out the peeling part and somehow glue a new laminate in nicely? It's a fairly new (1 year perhaps?) job so the countertop should still be recent... Now why would somebody design a countertop that can't take heat from a boiling glass teapot on top of a cloth tablemap is beyond me. Jay ------------------ HUGBEES! My Equipment List Rider in the 2001 Alaska AIDS Vaccine Ride Wanna help?