kitchen/bath counter top makeover

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Old 06-07-00, 04:36 PM
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I'm interested in inexpensively redoing my countertops. The house is l00+ years old and I am slowly but surely redoing it. I'm not yet financially able to redo the entire kitchen/bath, so I hoped for a "face-lift". Any links or suggestions would be appreciated.

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Old 06-11-00, 06:50 PM
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I'm interested in inexpensively redoing my countertops. The house is l00+ years old and I am slowly but surely redoing it. I'm not yet financially able to redo the entire kitchen/bath, so I hoped for a "face-lift". Any links or suggestions would be appreciated.

Thanks Stephanie
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Old 06-16-00, 09:47 AM
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I have an 80 year old house and redoing my kitchen countertops. One product that I have found that is in between formica and granite/corian cost-wise is Fireslate. It looks like soapstone and was written up in Old House Journal. You can find it at www.fireslate.com.
 
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