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Kitchen Counter / Bathroom Cabinet *water damage/swelling*
So I have a few issues in my kitchen and bathroom. I am moving out this month and I am getting all my ducks in a row and would like at least some of my deposit back if possible. I live in WA state.
The back splash has warped away from the wall, immediately behind the sink, now there is about an inch gap for nearly a foot or so. Worse, is the edge of the counter along the front of the sink and next to the sink, directly above the diswasher. There is a cheap plastic'ish' or composite counter top, beneath which is a wood composite. The edge where the top and the front face of this material meets has swolen and is very noticeable.
Similiar problem to the kitchen but the side of the cabinet near the floor next to the toilet, close to the shower the wood is swolen from repeated water on the floor. There is a super cheap wood "sticker" that is on the cabinet that is bubbled up and peeled away in spots.
I have a feeling that my landlord is going to try and nail me with these, and I am wondering why he would put a wood that cannot get wet in areas where they are certain to get wet. Would this possibly constitute 'Normal wear and tear' which cannot be charged to the tenant?
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