How do I remove the imprint from an old faucet on my bathroom vanity?

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  • Kelli L. Milligan Kelli L. Milligan on Feb 06, 2019

    How is it imprinted? Dented, crusty, discolored? Picture?

    • Maureen Maureen on Feb 07, 2019

      Here is a picture of the old faucet marks. This is cultured marble countertop. I am concerned about damaging the new faucet.

  • Trudi Trudi on Feb 06, 2019

    I mix up 2 cups Dawn dish soap with 2 cups white vinegar. Heat the vinegar up in microwave, add dish soap and put in spray bottle. Shake to mix the two then spray on shower. Let sit for about an hour and wipe away and rinse. For a more caked on scum I have also added baking soda to this, but do that in the sink because when the baking soda hits the vinegar it will foam up like a volcano.

  • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Feb 06, 2019

    what is counter top made of? and what is residue slicone caulking? or mineral deposits? or mixture of both? I'd say try some WD-40 and scrape with single edge razor,still silicone residue https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=DIYremovesilicone+residue mineral deposits baking soda Dawn Dish soap mix paste like then add some white vinegar fizzes alot let sit then scrape gently with single edge razor It really depends what the counter is made of

    • Maureen Maureen on Feb 07, 2019

      The countertop is the builder grade 30 year old fake looking cultured marble.

  • Kmdreamer Kmdreamer on Feb 07, 2019

    Ok so the imprint is timescale use comet and a plastic scrubbyand clean the spot it will disapear

  • Kelli L. Milligan Kelli L. Milligan on Feb 07, 2019

    For discolor, not much you can do, plastic marble does that when covered. Sorry