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Concrete countertop installers use foam forms for several reasons:
They are quicker than forming with wood or Melamine because fabricators don't need to use any saws, routers or power tools to form the concrete countertop.
These molds also allow for unique designs & shapes on the edges not available for granite, tile, or manufactured stone countertops.
Watch these videos on how foam forms are used:
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