If you want your countertop to turn a corner, you will need to join two lengths. Options for joining are limited by the material the countertop is made from, and whether its profile is square or rounded.
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Cut a joining strip to the width of the countertop, then secure it using selant and screws. Apply sealant along the edge of the other countertop. Butt the sections together, and use a cloth to remove any excess sealant.
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