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Question DetailsAsked on 2/18/2012

How do I remove stains from a synthetic countertop?

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On corian light color or white counter tops if you mix castile soap and baking soda equally and scrub it in and let it set for a while and scrub again and rinse well you will be amazed at how your corian looks.
I would beleive you could use this mixture on any synthetic counter tops. it is natural and non-abraisive.
There is also a ground pumice stone you could buy at the hardware store it is like a powder also non-abraisive for the tough stains.
As we all know the companies that sell there synthetic counters and sinks all say they do not scratch or stain, but they do and also they are very easy to damage so please becareful and test in small areas before cleaning the whole space.

Answered 8 years ago by clearyt2

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