I need to replace a kitchen sink counter top. The stock stuff won't fit. Since water is a problem (the current counter top had extensive dry rot getting into the cabinetry), I really want a splash guard in the back, and one with no seams would be great. So, what about covering plywood with vinyl, and bending the vinyl up in the back, then attaching it to the wall? Edit: Maybe attaching a splash guard to the plywood, and the vinyl to that would be better than attaching to the wall. The basic question is just using vinyl as a counter top, and bending it.