You can find information on the subject of Formica, laminations, etc. by going to the Airforum section on Interior Renovations, kitchens, countertops, cabinets, etc. Unless you have the tools and some expertice in cutting, trimming, fitting, and laminating this type of material, I would suggest that you consider hiring someone with experience in building/installing kitchen cabinets to do the job for you. The material itself is usually not very expensive and the work is not exceedingly diffucult, but the job can be very time-consuming. Rather than go through the process of removing the old material, prepping for the new sufaces and applying it, some people prefer to have new countertops, consisting of a different material, made and installed. New countertops can sometimes be made and installed in less time than doing a repair/renovation. Before tearing out the old material, I suggest you get some price quotes from a competent individual or company experienced in cabinet building for (1) repairing the damaged surfaces with new laminates, or, (2) installing new surfaces of a different material. If you're not happy with their prices or the replacement material and still want to tackle the job yourself, DO THE NECESSARY RESEARCH FIRST, and carefully follow the directions of the manufacturer when doing the installation. In addition to the information on this website, you may find some helpful information on the Youtube website. If you go to their site, the search bar will appear on their home page. Just type in the subject matter you're looking for, i.e., Repairing Formica Countertops. You may get lucky and find precisely the information you need, including a helpful (or not so helpful) video of the process. Good Luck!