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How To Get Stains Out Of Corain Countertops

Updated on July 13, 2011

How do you get stains out of corian countertops? I love my corian counters, but they do have an unfortunate tendency to absorb stains from coffee, tea, juice, and other liquid substances that won't come out with oridnary household cleaners like 409 or cleanser. I've tried bleach, cleaning solutions and even sandpaper without success. Fortunately there is an easy, safe, and fool-proof solution that will remove stains from corian in just seconds.

Are you ready? The answer to your problems can be summed up in three words: cook top cleaner. That's right, the best way to get seemingly indelible stains out of corian counters is to use the same cleaning product that you use to clean your glass or ceramic stove top. It's fast, it's easy, and best of all it doesn't scratch or discolor the corian.

In the example below I've used Weiman's Cook Top Cleaner, but I've used a different brand with the same success, so I doubt it really matters which brand you use. I keep it around the house to clean my stove, but even if you don't have a glass cook top, it's worth grabbing a bottle of the stuff. It's amazing how it gets out nasty stains from stove tops, and yes, corian..

Yuck, a nasty coffee stain on my corian countertop. What shall I do?

Cook Top Cleaner to the rescue!

A liberal amount is applied.  Some elbow grease with a paper towel ensues, and...

Voila!  The stain is gone!


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      KatherineRus 6 years ago

      I have tried the stove top cleaning and it leaves the corain very dull. Do you have anyone in the Chesterfield, MO area that could come and polish the corain for me?