Old 08-28-02, 02:01 PM
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I have this 1978 white counter top that is white with gold sparklies on it...I'm sure everyone on the planet has had this at some point. It was the rage a few decades ago. Anyway, what I want to know is what is this stuff? and can I lay porcelain or ceramic tile on it without having to rip it all off? What would normally be under this stuff - just plywood? If so, can I lay the tile right on the plywood?

guidance please!
Old 08-28-02, 09:17 PM
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Ceramic tile over plastic laminate counter

If the top is a preformed top with a rolled edge and backsplash, you will not be able to install ceramic tile over it. If it has a square edge, forum members have reported tiling over the laminate.

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