Splotchy Blots on Corian Countertop Restoration
Corian, despite being a man-made stone material, can be damaged by acids. Acidic substances such as sour berries, fruits, and general detergents can cause etching or discoloration on Corian surfaces. It is important to take immediate action if an acid is spilled on Corian to prevent any permanent damage.
The recommended course of action for cleaning acid spills on Corian is to wipe it thoroughly with plenty of water immediately. This helps to dilute and remove the acid from the surface. It is important to avoid using abrasive or acidic cleaners, as they can further damage the Corian. Instead, use a mild detergent or a mixture of water and baking soda to clean the area after the acid has been wiped away.
If the acid has caused any visible damage, such as etching or discoloration, it may require professional restoration or repair. It is always best to consult the manufacturer’s care and maintenance guidelines for Corian or seek advice from a professional if you are unsure about how to properly clean and maintain Corian surfaces.
Corian Countertop Stains Removal & Restoration. Video Before & After
Date Published: July 19, 2018 Date Modified: February 26, 2024
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