How do I remove discolored stains from beige corian.
Care and Maintenance
The inherent qualities of Corian solid surfaces ensure the ultimate in easy care and renewability. Its nonporous, solid composition makes it easy to live and work with for many years.
Routine daily care and maintenance of Corian is easy. But, because cleaning practices differ around the world, please consult your local supplier of Corian for specific recommended care and maintenance practices and products. Use the following procedures as a guide to everyday care for Corian solid surfaces:
There are three types of countertop finishes: matte, semigloss and gloss.*
All Corian sinks have the matte finish.
*If you are uncertain about what finish you have, call your source for Corian.
Preventing Heat and Other Damage
Although Corian is quite resistant to heat, you should always use a hot pad or a trivet with rubber feet to protect Corian. Hot pans, as well as some heat-generating appliances like frying pans or electric cooking pots, can damage the surface if a hot pad or trivet is not used.
In most cases, Corian can be repaired if it is accidentally damaged. However, be sure to follow these guidelines to prevent any permanent damage to Corian. Avoid exposing Corian to strong chemicals, such as paint removers, oven cleaners, etc. If contact occurs, quickly flush the surface with water. Remove nail polish with a non-acetone-based polish remover and flush with water. Do not cut directly on Corian countertops.
Removing Stains and Fixing Scratches or Burns
Nicks, scratches and cuts are inevitable with any high-use product, including Corian. But because Corian is solid all the way through, it is easy to renew to its original appearance as described below.
Minor damage, including scratches, general or chemical stains, scorches or burns, and minor impact marks, can be repaired on-site with a light abrasive cleanser and a product such as a Scotch-Brite* pad. For heavier damage, light sanding may be necessary. The following steps should be followed:
Nicks. Stains. Cuts. Scratches. While these can permanently mar most other surfaces, they won't compromise the appearance of Corian solid surfaces. That's because it's easy to restore Corian to its original state, using an ordinary abrasive cleanser and a cleansing pad such as a green Scotch-Brite* pad. And, if damage does occur, Corian can be repaired on site, saving both downtime and aggravation.
*Scotch-Brite is a trademark of the 3M Company.
I get out grape juice stains with the Magic Eraser. (08/04/2008)
If it's specifically coffee, you might try "Squeak n' Clean" or equivalent. Linens and Things, Bed and Bath maybe even your grocery might have a specific cleaner for coffeepots that could be tried.
Coffee stains on beige corian sinks can be removed fast and easy with a product called "Bar Keeper's Friend." It's found in the cleaning aisle and is along the lines of a Comet or Ajax cleanser, but oh, so much better. It's my favorite household product. How do I know this works on a Corian (beige) sink? I too have a Corian beige sink. Blessings. (08/04/2008)
If you are certain the sink is Dupont Corian, we recommend Clorox Cleanup with Bleach. You can also dilute household bleach by adding a couple capfuls of bleach to your filled sink. Once the sink is filled with this solution, you can use a Scotchbrite pad (the green one on the back of a sponge) and lightly buff out the stains. We do not recommend this for the surface of the tops as you may scratch the surface if you use too much force with the ScotchBrite pad. (10/08/2008)
By Brian Larimer/Englert Arts Inc.
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