House was built in 2002, we moved in in 2005. My laminate kitchen counter tops have a seam to each side of the sink. It appears that since the sink area is at an odd angle (45 degree maybe ?) to the rest of the kitchen the builder had to create a seam there. Anyway over the years I have had to keep those seams sealed so water could not get in. When we moved in I could already tell it was going to be an issue as here was some very slight bulging at a few points along the seams. It worked until recently when all of a sudden at one point, the laminate has lifted up on one side exposing the inner material, like it happened overnight it seemed. Is there any way I can repair this ? That is, encourage it to lay back down and then reseal it ? We have spent a small fortune on other home improvements and repairs this year and are just weary of the work and expense. Thank you!