How to Clean Corian Bathroom Countertops?
Corian bathroom countertops are high-performance surfaces that can be easily cleaned. They are non-porous and are made from a mixture of acrylic and minerals. This makes them a renewable and affordable option for other surfaces. However, a proper cleaning process is essential for maintaining the beautiful appearance of your Corian surface.
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Cleaning your Corian countertop is a process that should be done carefully, using a reliable cleaner. Most stains can be removed by a household spray, which should be applied in a circular motion. If you want to remove stubborn stains, you can use an abrasive household cleaner.
Hard water deposits can also be removed from Corian, and you can do so with a solid-surface cleaning solution. There are also a number of cleaners that are specifically formulated to remove hard water stains.
Regardless of how you decide to clean your Corian countertop, you must make sure to wipe it down completely afterward. Leaving any liquids on the surface will not only cause buildup, but they can also leave a film. Wiping your Corian surface with a soft cloth after a cleaning session can prevent this from occurring.
For minor blemishes and scratches, you can simply wipe them down with a light abrasive cleanser. You can also use a diluted bleach solution to disinfect your counters. Be careful not to let the bleach sit on the surface for too long. Alternatively, you can purchase a product that is designed specifically for Corian, such as Stone Care International’s Deep Cleaner.
Scratches are another common problem that affects Corian countertops. These can occur from cuts, scratches, and gouges, as well as from exposure to strong chemicals. To avoid scratching your surface, always wear protective gloves and avoid direct contact with the countertop when cleaning.
You can also get rid of nail polish on your Corian surface by removing it with a nail polish remover. Make sure to choose a remover that does not contain acetone. Additionally, never use window cleaning sprays on your Corian countertop. These can leave a waxy residue that will dull your surface.
Another way to keep your Corian surface looking fresh is to regularly apply a non-ammonia-based household cleaning spray. Doing so can remove grease and oil, as well as ink and perfume. In addition, you can use a cleaning product that is specially formulated to remove lime buildup.
Finally, if you do get a spill, you should clean it up as soon as possible. Ideally, you should wash it with warm, soapy water, but if that’s not available, use a microfiber cloth to wipe up the spill. Then, wipe the area dry with a clean, damp cloth.
Lastly, you can buy a Corian cleaner from your local store to help maintain the look of your countertop. These types of cleaners can be used to get rid of stains and dirt and can also be used to gently massage your countertop.
Before purchasing any products, you should test them in an out-of-the-way corner of your countertop to ensure that they are not damaging your Corian surface. Once you have purchased a product, you can follow the directions on the bottle.