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Looking for a polishing product for Corian countertops

Anyone have  Corain countertops?  What do you use to restore the shine it once had?  My island and countertops are 5 years old and I'd like to polish them.  I was thinking maybe Jubilee, but don't know if there's something made for Corain.  TIA

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Re: Looking for a polishing product for Corian countertops

Jubilee worked really great, but was taken off the market.  It's back?  Great.

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Re: Looking for a polishing product for Corian countertops

Have you gone to the Corian website for info? 

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Re: Looking for a polishing product for Corian countertops

Jubilee has been back on the market for a while.

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Re: Looking for a polishing product for Corian countertops

I have had my Corian counters for 21 years and only use a damp cloth with a bit of Dawn on them.  They look great like they did years ago.  Have you got a build-up on them?

Good luck.

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Re: Looking for a polishing product for Corian countertops

 When I had my Corian countertops installed in my kitchen in my old house  I remembered the fabricator saying they can be professionally buffed 

 

 

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Re: Looking for a polishing product for Corian countertops

@teachergal I have corian and I use a microfiber and mild soap.  If they need some shine I use a tiny bit of mineral oil.

I believe the corain web site indicated soft scrub.  I'd use it in my shower area which is white corian but not on my counter tops.  

 

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Re: Looking for a polishing product for Corian countertops

I always use microfiber cloths when cleaning Corian countertops and sinks. Usually a sudsy mix of Dawn works fine. I always dry with a clean microfiber cloth to eliminate any water stains (we have very hard water). 

 

If you have a stain, try Bar Keepers Friend OR equal parts of white vinegar and water. Let it sit; rub in circular motions; rinse well with water and dry with a clean microfiber cloth.

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Re: Looking for a polishing product for Corian countertops

I would ask the manufacturer as well.  They can buff out any scratches so I am sure they can polish as well.  Mine are 13 years old and look as good as the day they were installed.  LM