Formica white laminate is a laminate countertop. Laminate countertops are a cheap, hard-working bench. Although they can be scratched or burned easily, laminate countertops usually wear well over time and requires little to no additional care. While the entry form Formica countertops can be purchased, homeowners can create a stylish make it yourself option. Learn how to make the Formica countertops from a single sheet of laminate, a 3/4-inch sheet of plywood and glue.
Measure the base cabinets in your kitchen with a tape measure. Transferring these measurements to 3/4 inch thick plywood sheet with a pencil. Add 1 1/2 inch of each overhang on the bench top and about 1/2 inch overhang butt against appliances. Cut plywood with a circular saw. Screw the plywood base cabinets with a screwdriver and screws. Transfer the same dimensions used for the plywood on the back of formica white laminate tarpaulin. Make measurements about 1/2 inches wider than the original measurements for trimming.
Taping a piece of clear adhesive tape over the marked line. The band will help avoid chipping you cut formica white laminate. Then, use the circular saw to cut laminate from the back of the sheet. Cut all the pieces of linen for countertops. Brush or roller laminate adhesive both cutting plywood and back of Formica sheeting. Let the glue dry completely. At no sheets on plywood substrate until they are in place. When they move, they will follow each other.