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Soft Scrub stained my Corian countertop - help?

Posted by nyc_pine (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 12, 09 at 10:23

Hi all -- I've done a lot of Googling and I cannot find any help so hopefully this forum can assist. Someone cleaning my kitchen left a bottle of Soft Scrub sitting on my Corian countertop and there is an outline of the bottle on the countertop that I cannot get off! Also, there are, what I assume also has to be Soft Scrub, fingerprint? marks on my counter too. Basically they look like bleach stains as they're lighter than the countertop. I thought Corian wasn't supposed to be stained! I typically clean my countertop with a mild spray and any food related stains I've been able to get off. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY ADVICE! I'm so sad about this! Thanks so much in advance.

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RE: Soft Scrub stained my Corian countertop - help?

Can't you sand any stains off of Corian? I thought a very fine 4 ought or finer would remove anything.
Linda C

RE: Soft Scrub stained my Corian countertop - help?

Call the people who installed it. They should be able to tell you what to use. Probably some kind of marble polish

RE: Soft Scrub stained my Corian countertop - help?

There is a way to make a pulmice that can pull the product out--but I don't know what the process is. Google and also do a search here. Check with MB Stonecare--I may have seen it there. Good luck

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