Corian is a wonderful manmade material that many people are using more and more in the home. Some of the reasons for this are due to its beauty, versatility, and relatively inexpensive nature. Relatively inexpensive, that is, when you compare it to marble, or some other kind of material. Regularly polishing Corian will help you maintain the beauty and durability of the material. Follow these simple step-by-step instructions to be able to properly polish your Corian countertops the next time it's needed.
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gail 28 Jul 2015, 20:28
can I use the cleansing paste from Norwex on corian countertops?????
dharshi 12 Mar 2015, 05:35
Can Corian be used as flooring in the living room?
bob 06 Mar 2015, 01:32
we had a 2 foot scratch in our corian center island counter top. Not a major scratch but very noticeable. I used my car wax-on pad (mcguires) which is sponge like, car wax and rubbed circular motion into the scratch and hand buffed with a micro fiber towel. About half came off. I repeated the process and now its 95% gone. Will repeat again tomorrow. Counter already looks great and shiny too. This really works. Who would have thought, car wax and wax pad would work so well on scratches.
bundegi honolulu 04 Dec 2014, 00:14
Yeah the other contributor was right. This is totally bad information. Hand sanding, no possible way to blend in properly. This is just a incomplete information about refinishing the countertop. I am a professional refinisher and regular folks who try to refinish will just make it look worse.Use a certified or approved fabricator.
Sharon 09 Nov 2014, 17:53
Go to Menards and get a an orange cleaner (Orange oil) and some Rejuvinate....polish for Corian.
Scotch Brite pads are green.
mary 06 Nov 2014, 12:55
please give me a name of a polish to use
Bill Sicari 30 Sep 2014, 11:04
Your information is useful. Can you advise the following:
1. what is the non-abrasive cleaner?
2. what polish do I use
3. what wax and sealant to I use?
B. watts 21 Jul 2014, 02:40
The above advice is almost worthless. DEFINE which polishes, cleansers and waxes to use! I can tell you to wax your car, but if you use a floor wax, it comes out looking like Sh*t. Generalistic statements don't make someone an expert, it just shows that they don't know what the heck they are talking about. I can't even find Corian cleaner locally, and as far as Scotch bright pads, try to get anything except the green ones and this is a major city.
the whole thing above was worthless.