Home & Garden
Q. We have a house in North Carolina. The kitchen has the original Formica cabinet top, which has developed raised edges where two pieces of Formica join. Presumably it is from moisture getting under the Formica, but we do not have any idea of how to remedy the situation, which is getting worse with use because now that it is open, it gets more moisture each time the Formica is wiped. Any solution? I tried putting Silicone into the “line” but that did not work.
We have a good report on the Rhino Shield paint situation that one reader told us about a few weeks back. I wrote that the house itself had moisture issues t that caused the Rhino Shield to fail. Rhino Shield representative Bill Wightman tells me the company suspected poorly draining gutters and that it replaced damaged wood and refinished the side of the home. It is my hope the owner also make repairs to fix the water problem, which can be done by a pro and basically is easy to detect. The owner messaged me that Rhino Shield did everything nicely.