How do I remove yellowed areas from epoxy countertop?
I painted the 2 counter tops in my bathroom to look like marble. Then, I made the mistake of pouring Parks Super Glaze Epoxy over the top for extra shine and durability. They looked great---at first. Within about 3 months, the epoxy started to yellow. It has progressively gotten worse. I contacted Rustoleum, but they were clueless about why they are yellowing or how to fix them. (The counters are not exposed to sunlight). I've tried bleach and various peroxides to try to bleach the yellowed epoxy. The peroxide seemed to lift the yellow somewhat at first, but now it seems like it just moved and concentrated the yellow in smaller areas so now I have much darker yellowed spots but in smaller areas on the surface.
Does anyone know how to get rid of the yellowed epoxy without ruining the paint underneath that took me months to do? Thanks
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