Removing stains from a kitchen cabinet
Sometimes I wonder why I ever went with white cabinets when they show every dirt mark. I’m sure Paige from Lake Zurich Illinois was wondering the same thing when she contacted me with a question. “I have newer white kitchen cabinets and have had a stain on them for weeks. At different times, my husband and I have tried to clean the stain with a number of products as well as soap and water. We purchased CLR Stain Magnet and within a minute the stain came right off...and my cabinets look like new! Thank you CLR for making such a great product.”
Paige I’m happy to hear that Stain Magnet worked so well for you. I’ve saved my cabinets more than once with this wonderful product as well. Stain Magnet, with a powerful foaming action, will clean older as well as fresh stains on marble, laminated countertops, hard plastics, cured and oil based paint surfaces as well as automobile tires. This all-purpose and multi-surface stain remover is also great for furniture, carpet, painted walls, hardwood floors and baseboards. Stain Magnet works on a variety of materials including fabric, glass, metal, brick, concrete, wood, grout and fiberglass. This cleaner will remove stains from nail polish, paint, shoe polish, oil, red wine, ink, crayon and permanent markers.
Cleaning Stains off of Corian
Cindy from Richmond Virginia questioned me on cleaning her countertops. “What can I use to clean stains on a kitchen counter made of Corian?”
CLR Stone Cleaner is the product you need, Cindy. This cleaner is formulated to clean without scratching and provide protection against spills, food and grime on a wide variety of surfaces including granite, marble, Corian and tile. The cleaner resists smudges without streaking. CLR Stone Cleaner restores the luster to the surface and won’t leave a greasy coating or sticky residue