Here is a collection of tips and home remedies for removing countertop stains caused by a variety of substances to several types of counters.
Do you spend a lot of time cleaning your home and possessions?
If so, you can use some good tips to help you get these chores done, so you can have some fun!
Here are tips I've collected from readers like you, and from around the web to help you with these tasks.
Here are the tips submitted so far:
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Remove Grease From Granite With Acetone Poultice
Remove Lily Pollen From Kitchen Bench
Remove Scratch & Scorch Marks From Corian
Clean Granite Countertops
Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Removed Kool Aid
Mrs. Meyer's All Purpose Cleaner Removes Coffee
Soft Scrub Gel With Bleach Got Rid Of Tomato
Use Facial Astringent For Removing Hair Dye
Martha Stewart All Purpose Cleaner Removed Coffee
How To Remove Pencil Lead From Corian
How To Remove Lysol Cling Gel Toilet Cleaner Stain
Mrs. Meyer's Surface Scrub For Wood Stains
I love having clear counter tops, because it is a great space for spreading out and working on various things in my home.
Not only do I use them for cooking and preparation tasks, but they are also used by myself and other family members for other household tasks from tinkering on appliances, crafts, and more.
Of course, with all these tasks it is basically inevitable that spots and spills will occur. While some of them are easily wiped up others leave stains behind.
It can be complicated to figure out how to clean up these spills and spots, because the type of countertop, from granite, marble, formica, etc. makes a difference, as well as what caused the stain.
I'd love to hear from you, telling me how you successfully removed these stains. Make sure to tell me what your counter is made of, as well as what caused the spot! You can enter your tip in the form below.
In addition, while this page is dedicated to dealing with stains on your counters, here's an article on how to clean and disinfect your kitchen counters.
We do all kinds of activities on our counters all the time, and as a result they often acquire stains and spots. I'd love for you to share exactly what type of countertop you've got, what stained it, and how you've cleaned this hard surface.
If you like to use a particular type of cleaner, either homemade or purchased, or special cleaning equipment to get the job done well, please tell me about that too.
Finally, pictures aren't required, but are encouraged, especially if it helps show how you do something or the good results you had from using your tips.
Second photo by Miss Lucky Studios, from Flickr CC
Hi, I'm Taylor, a busy mom with 3 kids, so I have lots of hands on experience with house cleaning, laundry and my fair share of spots, spills and other messy catastrophes. Thanks for visiting my site.
I update the website all the time with tips, tutorials, cleaning recipes, reviews of products from readers like you, and tests I've done on various cleaners, removers and laundry supplies.
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CAUTION: This website is provided for informational purposes only. It is provided as is, without warranties or guarantees. Some stains and messes just won't come out, and are permanent. Further, some cleaning methods can harm your item, so if what you want to clean or launder is sentimental or expensive call a professional. See disclaimer of liability for more information.
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