Cutting a Corian countertop requires proper measurements and a sharp blade. A circular saw or router work best to cut the Corian countertop, but for smaller cuts, a belt sander works great.Continue Reading
Corian countertops are both beautiful and durable, adding value to any home in which they are installed. Properly cutting the Corain requires the ability to measure and draw a straight line and the expertise to use power tools.
The cutting process results in a very fine plastic dust. Before beginning, put on a face mask and eye protection. The best option is to cut the material outside, but if you must cut inside, use plastic to form a curtained cutting area to contain the dust, which sticks to other surfaces due to static electricity.Learn more about Building Materials