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Old 08-15-2011, 04:01 PM   #1
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Darn lid wasnt on tight, so got some on the nice counters....any ideas that have worked with out ruining it?


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Darn lid wasnt on tight, so got some on the nice counters....any ideas that have worked with out ruining it?


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I know nail polish remover works. Not sure how it would effect your counters though.
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Old 08-15-2011, 05:19 PM   #3
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Use razor blade to scrape what you can off, then use a very fine sand paper to sand smooth. Now use either green or burgundy scotch bright pads to finish. Work a large area in a circular motion with the scotchbright and finish with light pressure. If your tops are showing some wear, you may have to scotchbright the whole thing so the finish looks uniform.

If your handy you can use an orbital sander to do this.
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Old 08-15-2011, 06:15 PM   #4
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Go to hartville hardware and get some "DEBONDER" for use with cyanocobalemine (? spelling)I think they keep it in the paint department with the differant thicknesses of the crazy glue. Its made in thin, medium, thick and flexible. then go over to the woodworking tools area and ask those guys for the proper grit sand paper to take care of your peoblem. You may need to go as high as 6000 grit wet or oil sanding paper to fix it like new. Those guys are the best and they wont steer you wrong or sell you something just to make their money.
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Be carefull what chemicals you use on your top, it is acrylic. Really no need to use any for Corian, just sand and buff it. I have it in my house and have been trained in fabricating it. Hate to see you make a $3K mistake.
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Just put a cup or something over it and POOF!! its gone !
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