Need help laminate? Countertop

Think first picture mustard stains left second picture dishs stained. Interesting when wet looks fine. Tried multiple cleaning and oil. Please any ideas no money for new counterto.
q need help laminate countertop
q need help laminate countertop
  6 answers
  • Ken Ken on Feb 14, 2018
    I'd try a scratch remover for use on car bodies. It's like soft-scrub but a little more aggressive.
  • William William on Feb 14, 2018
    Try using baking soda and a damp cloth and rub gently in a circular motion. You also use white (not gel) toothpaste and a damp cloth.
  • Judy Judy on Feb 14, 2018
    Try lemons dipped in salt.
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    • Becky Brown Wilson Becky Brown Wilson on Feb 16, 2018
      Reply to Judy...brush a couple of coats of water based polyurethane. works great and very durable, though using a cutting board for typical cooking tasks is recommended to avoid making marks in the finish. I recommend using Minwax brand/gloss finish.
  • Mnm6355057 Mnm6355057 on Feb 14, 2018
    try a mr. Clean Magic Eraser
  • NC Landlady NC Landlady on Feb 14, 2018
    Try this product... Does an excellent job restoring and polishing
  • Wes Wes on Feb 16, 2018
    Try a palm sander with the finest grit wet dry sandpaper. Wet sandpaper and sand away. Feather your way out from the area. Then carefully paint the area to match the counter. Paint this with an oil based paint marker or a polystain. Should work great. Paint may take a little artistic ability. If paint does not come out right resand and give it another shot. Good luck.
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