Rubbing Alcohol Left Stain on Bathroom Faucet?

My daughter spilled rubbing alcohol on our new bathroom faucet. It left a milky looking stain. Any way to remove this?

By Adonker from MI

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January 13, 20120 found this helpful

Try a little baking soda diluted with water.

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January 14, 20120 found this helpful

Probably not going to be able to get this mark off because the chrome look on your new taps is probably a plastic over-lay. If you still have the box you can check the package information-you'll probably read something along the lines of 'chrome look finish' or 'chrome like finish'.

Also, any instructions that came with the new taps will likely specify that you should not use any cleaners like rubbing alcohol on the taps to avoid marring the finish.

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Unfortunately a lot of manufacturers are doing this, claiming it is to save the consumer money on the purchase price, but they still charge an arm+leg for the things!

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