Scratch Marks on Porcelain Countertop

I burnt a spot on my porcelain countertop with my curling iron. I tried all the DIY tips to remove it, baking soda, Barkeepeer's Friend, etc. Nothing worked.

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So I filed it down with a nail file and repeated the tricks. It is getting much lighter. But now there are scratch marks there. How can I get rid of these?

By Kylie from Long Beach, CA

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February 18, 20170 found this helpful

If there is a scratch mark on your porcelain counter, wet the surface, cover it in baking soda, and then spray it with Windex. Then, scrub it with a sponge.

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