Hi all I have got some great advice from this forum - thanks! This is my first post though. My parents recently had their kitchen replaced and it looks great but the fitter (a family friend) has left a poor worktop join which is right in the middle of the long worktop. It's the first thing you notice when you walk in the door I am just looking for some advice please! The gap is approx 3mm. These were some of my thoughts. Should i pick out the sealant and try and fill it with Colorfill? I've read a few posts on here that reccomend Colorfill Should i buy some sort of panel ( ? toughened glass) and fix it to the worktop to cover it and make a worktop protector type of thing? Or should i just get rid of the worktop and buy a new piece of worktop and get it done again? The length of the full worktop is 4m but the largest piece they sell in that range is 3.6m so there will a join somewhere... however not right in the middle in front of the window which highlights it!! It would also need to be cut to accomodate the sink and hob. If so, would this be a massive job considering that the kitchen has only just been refurbed? Sorry for such a long post I have attached some photos. Thanks in advance for any advice!