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Hi Jennifer, you have a thin veneer on the countertop. The water got under it and lifted. You will need:
1. Contractor's glue (such as gorilla that glues all sorts of things including wood
2. Small foam brush
3. Painter's tape (only use painter's)
4. Something heavy, like books
Use the brush and using a thin coat of glue, cover the area. Smooth down the veneer and tape.
Use small stripes of tape and pull tight from top to edge so the veneer lays flat. Use quite a few pieces. The veneer will want to curl back up.
Avoid the area for a least 12 hours to give the glue time to dry. Remove the tape pulling it towards the edge.
Coat entire counter, especially the seams, with bartender's epoxy. That will seal the wood going forward.
Looks like particle board with fake wood veneer glued/bonded on. Is that the top, door, or drawer? Better photo would help.
Hello again,, Sorry, pictures not good on my PC. The answer is to buy some edge strip and glue it back on ,removing the old first. available at DIY's.