Repairing Table and Work Tops?

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  1. The Old Man

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    I'm sure I saw a thread about this but despite using the 'Search' facility, I can't find it. :(

    Help please.
     
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    I saw the thread, but sorry, can't point you to it. I'm going to contact these people http://www.plastic-surgeon.co.uk/

    They were recommended in either the thread you are talking about, or another one which I have read.
     
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    Thank you, I have four minor dings in the tables and worktop, I noticed them before the purchase but considered them nothing to be bothered about.

    But since reading the thread and than they can be 'cosmetically' repaired, they have begun to bug me.:)

    A case of too much knowledge!
     
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    Thanks all, sorted now. I just wish my searches had been more fruitful. I'll blame it on the whisky :)
     
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    Brownhills repaired mine (think they got someone in ) they may be able to help
     
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    i have used car body filler or plastic padding a few times to good success. then disguised it using a tiny bit of matching paint
     
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