Do you have mineral deposits you need to get rid of? I want to start by saying this works on Corian counters, I don’t know how well it works on other surfaces. Be cautious when using a razor blade because it could scratch some surfaces.
We’ve lived in this house about 5 months and if you remember, about 2 months ago we put in a new kitchen faucet. The base isn’t the same size or shape as the previous one and it left mineral deposits showing where the base of the faucet would be. I tried using a few natural methods to remove it, but nothing worked.
So I bought a package of razor blades with a holder for less than $2. Test a small area you want to scrape before completing this project.
Gently scrape the mineral deposits using a light touch. Wipe the area frequently so you can see where you have missed and take special care around you new faucet. Ideally, remove the mineral build-up before you install the new faucet but if that is not an option always scrape away from your new faucet to prevent scratching.
Good as new! Doesn’t that look incredible?
In case you haven’t had enough of me today I’m sharing How to Keep Your Closet Organized over at Serenity Now . Amanda recently had a new sweet baby added to her family so she’s asked a few blogging friends to help her out while she takes some time to enjoy her little ones. Go over to her blog to check it out!