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  1. #1
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    Default Paperstone Counter top

    We got a great deal on two slabs of Paperstone. They are 600 pounds each and sitting in our basement. It is apparently possible to cut paperstone with wood tools. Is this a task we should take on ourselves? We really cant afford to hire people to install it. How do we move, cut, and install ourselves?

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    Default Re: Paperstone Counter top

    Link to PDF of the official manufacturer's fabrication guidebook.
    http://www.paperstoneproducts.com/pd...aintenance.pdf

    It might be nice to have a 35" tall rolling cart to move the stuff, and slide it right off onto the cabinets; that's what I did when I DIY'ed my soapstone CT's.
    S_M
    Remove not the ancient landmark, which your fathers have set.

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    Default Re: Paperstone Counter top

    Out of curiousity, where did you find the slabs? We are considering it but the cost...

    Jen.

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