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You might try using a thick simulated granite epoxy resin to cover your countertop for a low cost solution that looks nice. Check out http://www.ipaint.us/sigrfl.html
The Home Depot has informed me that a primer called 'GRIPPER' is the best primer for formica. No sanding necessary, but be sure to clean the formica cabinets with a good degreaser before applying the GRIPPER. After it dries, then add your paint. By the way, the best paint for formica, is called 'cabinet rescue'. It can also be tinted before applying. Expect a good job! Thanks
Supercub is close. It's TSP, or tri sodium phosphate. Only they don't sell it much any more. You can still by tsp substitute. It's a cleaner, degreaser, deglosser. A must have for flipping rentals. When painting cabinets I go sand, tsp, primer, paint.
XIM Primer is the best for plastic, and will help paint bond. You might want to sand it before painting.
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