Removing inset from edges of Corian?
We have Corian countertops with one-piece sink -- all in very good condition. Unfortunately, we had opted for the inset, a stripe of color running around the side edge of the Corian throughout the kitchen -- and the inset color is nowhere in sight in current decorating. Before listing, we're going to remove the wallpaper and just paint in a neutral color. Does anyone know of any way to remove the inset stripe so I can replace it with another color or the color that matches the rest of the countertop? I have some pieces of the main color left over that would probably be enough to do the job, but I haven't been able to find anyone willing to tackle it. The countertop does butt up against a wall in five places. Thanks for any ideas anyone can provide!