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I put a hot dish on our kitchen countertop, which is wood with some kind of plastic/glass finishing, and I have caused melty bubbles (see picture). My landlord is really unhappy with me and wants me to get this fixed and frankly I can't afford to get the whole thing redone. Is there an easy and cheap way to fix this? There is also a white stain from a hot bowl that my housemate caused, any advice on fixing that is also welcome.
I do not think there is a home remedy to fix this. (If you knew exactly what it was, we might have a hope.) Start saving your money to have it repaired properly, and in future, use some pads under your hot pots and pans.
Sad for you, but no. I own lots of antiques that have been battered over time. I've found damaged surfaces can be restored by you with turpentine and wax, but black marks are too embedded.