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Rubber feet on Kohler sink protector are staining sink

Posted by threeapples (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 3, 13 at 12:12

I have a Whitehaven sink and a Kohler sink protector with little white rubber feet. I clean the sink constantly with the protector removed. Somehow the rubber feet are leaving little yellow circular stains that come off with Kohler cast iron cleaner, but I fear using this daily in those spots will break the finish down. Any thoughts?


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RE: Rubber feet on Kohler sink protector are staining sink

I use soft scrub gel with bleach to clean the sink and also to clean the bottom of the white rubber feet and seems to work for my Kohler cast iron sink.


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RE: Rubber feet on Kohler sink protector are staining sink

Thanks. This Kohler product seems just like soft scrub. Do you get the yellow stains from the rubber feet on your thing, too?


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RE: Rubber feet on Kohler sink protector are staining sink

I get it some as well. I have a cape dory sink that is a blue green color. I have used both products and actually think the soft scrub gel is a little better and less expensive than the Kohler cleaner. I see it from the top of the feet too and the soft gel does a good job to clean that as well. You just don't want to use anything abrasive because it will dull the finish.


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RE: Rubber feet on Kohler sink protector are staining sink

I get it some as well. I have a cape dory sink that is a blue green color. I have used both products and actually think the soft scrub gel is a little better and less expensive than the Kohler cleaner. I see it from the top of the feet too and the soft gel does a good job to clean that as well. You just don't want to use anything abrasive because it will dull the finish.


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