Solid surface countertops are usually made of acrylic, marble dust, bauxite, epoxy or polyester resins, and pigment. Sometimes called "synthetic stone," they are popular choices in new home construction and remodeling.
Solid surfacing is typically available in matte, semigloss, and gloss finishes. If your countertops were glossy originally, all you should have to do is clean the surface with soapy water, an ammonia-based window cleaner, Softscrub, or Lysol spray.
Solid surface countertops come in a huge variety of colors, making it easy for homeowners to find a style they like. Unlike laminate countertops, solid surface types are seamless.
To clean solid surface countertops:
To maintenance solid surface countertops:
Solid surface countertops are resistant to heat, but use a hot pad or trivet when setting a hot pan on the countertop.
Don't use paint removers, oven cleaners or other strong chemicals on the countertops.
Use a cutting board. Do not cut directly on the countertop. Remove any nail polish using a non-acetone polish remover and then flush the countertops with water.
if you can't wait that long or don't want to put in all that elbow grease, hire a professional countertop fabricator, who can bring the surface to a high polish.
for example, they use a precise set of steps that involves a random-orbit sander, progressively finer grits of sanding film (a superfine abrasive sheet), a low-speed polisher, and polishing liquids. Just be prepared to pay a high price for this service, to contain the fine dust that the sanding will generate, and to hand-buff your countertops at least once a month thereafter.
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