Burn Mark On Plastic Worktop

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I inadvertantly placed a hot plate on my kitchen worktop (marble effect, black plastic) and now have a lovely square white burn mark on my new worktop. Any ideas how to bring it back to black again?

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Annette

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April 14, 20050 found this helpful

so sorry for your accident. your could try coloring it with a black permanent ink marker. If that doesn't work, you could place a decorated glass cutting board right over the area. That way you could have a place to put your hot pans on too.

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By Claudia (Guest Post)
April 15, 20050 found this helpful

I would try using a black permanent marker, like a Sharpie. I use that to conceal
nicks on black leather shoes, or shoe heels.

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