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Old 11-01-2013, 05:30 AM   #1
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bathroom counter cleaner

I'm aware of all the brews, brines and potions one can mix, but need suggestions for the best over the counter product to clean my stained, yellowed bathroom counters.
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Have you tried various grades of wet sandpaper? 600-3000 grit.
Might be worth a try in an inconspicuous place.

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Will try. What about bleach? I'm afraid it will degrade the plastic. Thoughts?
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I guess it really depends on what the counter is made of...stone probably OK.
I would not use it on a 'formica' type counter top it will surly bleach the color out.

Very light wet sanding removed almost all stains on the B-room counter in our 63.

DW swears by Jubilee Kitchen Wax, for prevention & shine.

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Easy-Off oven cleaner. Use the fume-free version if you value your sinuses. Takes stains off of fiberglass and Corian, and it's non-abrasive.
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I would try Lysol power & free with Hydrogen Peroxide. Very gentle and smells great. May need to let it sit so the peroxide can do its job. Good luck.
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