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|Shaun in TO||
Thanks for the tips. I'll pass them on.
Joined: Mar 12, 2006
Posted to Thread #16280 at 9:43 pm on Sep 26, 2009
Other messages in this thread:
- 16280. Does anyone have soapstone counters? - Shaun in TO - 7:09pm on 09/24/09 (8)
- Wouldn't you think that they scratch so easily? I'll be interested in the sequel. [NT] - Marg CDN - 11:02pm on 09/24/09
- Isn't soapstone what is used in chemistry labs? [NT] - PatBastrop - 12:04am on 09/25/09
- Yes, the old indestructible counters. I remember them in nightmares, but in my kitchen? They are - Marg CDN - 1:39am on 09/25/09
- Soapstone can be carved with a household knife. . . [LINK] - mistral - 1:40am on 09/25/09
- For our kitchen redo, we were waved off soapstone. It requires lots of care, mars and stains easily. [NT] - Steve2 in LA - 6:33am on 09/25/09
- Used granite instead & never regretted it. After fabrication, it was nearly $20 a sq. ft less dough. [NT] - Steve2 in LA - 6:36am on 09/25/09
- Granite is really the best way to go, after all, it is a rock. Mine is twelve years old - KarenNoCA - 11:39pm on 10/04/09
- Thanks for the tips. I'll pass them on. [NT] - Shaun in TO - 9:43pm on 09/26/09