08-15-2013 02:35 PM
The stain formed under my pump-style liquid soap dispenser. It's a yellowish color; I've tried bleach, but it doesn't seem to help. Sink isn't formica - it's that material that's made to look like marble.
12-13-2013 01:37 PM
Hello AugieDoggie and thank you for joining The Community. We are glad that you are here.
Are you referring to the Engineered Composite Vanity Top made of cultured marble? These are found on select vanities in our Bath Showroom at the store. If so, then you should clean the surface with a glass cleaner or other household cleansers that do not contain chlorine. Avoid using abrasive cleaners as they will damage the surface. If the top becomes stained or scratched, gently use a 600-grit sand paper and water.
If the sink is a true acrylic sink, like the Thermocast sinks found in the kitchen sink display area of the local Home Depot store, then sanitize the sink with bleach once a month. A soft cloth or sponge and liquid soap will remove any residue. Scratches can be buffed and polished with a liquid-based auto polish to maintain a high gloss luster. Do not use abrasive cleaners since they could dull the finish.
Best wishes on your project.
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