Originally Posted by Sneakinup
I pulled the old laminate off of my countertop, repaired the few cracked and split areas towards the back, and put new laminate on it. The laminate came right off without a problem, and of course the countertop fit back in perfectly, as did the sink and stove. It is worth the try to see if it will come off before building a new one. JMO
Just wanted to say how much I like the look of your kitchen. The clean white looks fab and very up to date, yet it has the best features of the older units too. I'm on the track of a '71 overlander right now. Hope you wouldn't mind if I borrowed SOME of your ideas.