I was installing an oak edge to the side of a cutting board well, when the last brad, (of course!) curled upward and poped out a pencil eraser sized chunck of laminate. I found the piece in my beard, carefully cut away the underlayment on the bottom side, set a very thin dab of glue in the hole, and set the piece back in place. It’s almost perfect and if your standing up you can’t see it at all, but if you lean down and look hard you can see a fine line around the chip.
Can you guys think of anything I can work down into that line to erase it? the counter top is white, I tried to work some caulk into the line, but I need something that will dry hard. I think if I can get something in there and then plane over it with a razor blade, I can make this problem disappear. White-out? Apliance touch up?
The home owners have seen it (where?, right there!, Where? there!, ) and are fine with the repair as is, but I would like it to be right. if I can’t fix it I’m going to route out the cutting board well and make a bigger cutting board.
Running Pug Construction