Laminate countertop samples take on a modern look when grouped together on a simply designed wood headboard.
Step 1: Prime the MDF Front Panel
Step 2: Arrange the Top Row of Squares
Step 3: Secure the Rows
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Then apply two coats of high-gloss latex enamel.
With the headboard lying flat, and make sure they're evenly spaced. Then, mark the positions. If you need to cut the end pieces, score them with a laminate knife, then snap off the scrap.
Secure the top row and subsequent rows of tiles to the MDF panel using a glue gun.
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