Okay. So I bought one of those supertastic wonderknives they have on 3am telemercials that cut through tin cans and shoes and so forth. And I took it home and used it on some soup ingredients, on a chopping board, on a kitchen bench-top. The soup was good and all, but next day I discovered that superknife had scratched the bench in a few places, quite deep scratches. The benchtop has a kind of black and grey marble pattern, more black- probably a laminate surface. Scratches are quite superficial and white. I really don't want to lose my bond - short of sticking a fruit bowl over it during inspection and hoping, does anyone have any tips for getting rid of/covering over a scratch in a benchtop?