Category: Family and Home
Asked by: nmc843-ga
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18 Nov 2005 14:57 PST
Expires: 18 Dec 2005 14:57 PST
Question ID: 594921
How can I removes stains from a candle (probably the red parafin) left on the counter of a solid sink/countertop. It is not marble but "marble like". I do not recall the exact name of the sbustance from which it is made. Thank you.
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From: myoarin-ga on 18 Nov 2005 18:44 PST
Is it another natural stone or is it perhap duPont's "Corian"? If it is the latter, try a non-metal scouring pad (one used to be supplied with Corian fixtures). Otherwise, the instructions were to use fine sandpaper carefully.
From: jo2754-ga on 05 Dec 2005 10:14 PST
Try making a paste of baking soda and warm water. Lay a hot, wet cloth on the stain for a few seconds then remove and rub the paste into the stain with a toothbrush. Leave the paste on (thick!) for a couple of hours then scrub again with toothbrush and hot water and rinse clean. If the stain is still there, wet a paper towel with alcohol and leave on the stain for a few minutes and try another quick scrub with the paste.
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