Granite is nice as long as it gets reasonable care. In my house someone would drop something on it within a week and chip it. Then granite isn't very easy to fix to where it doesn't show. At one time I fabricated corian and you could hit it with a hammer, drill holes in it or let a cigarette burn out on it and be able to repair the damage. The adhesive to glue the stuff together is the same product as the corian itself. You just use the glue for putty and fill any damage to the top. When dry it can be sanded and polished out. The same goes for the cigarette burn. It can just be sanded and polished out. What's nice about corian is it can be worked like wood. You can cut it and shape it with regular woodworking tools including using a router to put a decorative edge on it. Too bad they make you be a certified fabricator to purchase it now. It's actually easier to make a corian counter top than formica.
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