How does one remove stains from laminate counter tops?


It almost looks like milk. I have tried but it won't come out. It is on my bathroom sink counter and my kitchen counter. It looks like a water stain from whatever I set on it only its white. I wish I had a photo but I don't in my computer. I am somewhat computer illiterate but can send by text if anyone needs to view the stain. Thanks so much for anyone's help.

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  • Have you tried vinegar then rinse?

  • Lizzy Lizzy on Nov 10, 2018

    Have you tried baking soda or Comet or Bon Ami?

  • Linda Sikut Linda Sikut on Nov 10, 2018

    Hi Candy,

    I'm Linda and I was also going to suggest vinegar like Naomie did. I also wanted to give you a tip about getting pictures from your phone to your computer that is pretty easy to do. First make sure you have an email app on your phone. Open the email and address it to yourself. Then use the paperclip icon to send the picture to yourself. Next fire up your computer and open your email. Your picture will be in that email that you sent. You should be able to download it to your computer from there. You can put it in your Pictures folder but the default is usually Download. Just pay attention to where it's going I also like to name mine something that makes sense. :) Just type over what is there to give that picture a new name. When you're ready to post it, look for that paperclip, click it then open either the Pictures or Download folder to find the one you want. I hope that helps.

  • Joanna Joanna on Nov 11, 2018

    Could it be a hard water stain? I have had good luck with such mineral stains with a product called bar keepers friend. You could also try vinegar & baking soda. The key is to leave product on long enough for it to break things down.

    • Candyhd84 Candyhd84 on Nov 18, 2018

      Thank you Joanna. Yes with the vinegar & baking soda. I have soft water but I use Bar Keeper's Friend on my stainless steel sink - love it. I will try your suggestion also.

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