I accidentally removed gloss from countertop

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  1. Jul 13, 2008 #1

    equinox

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    We have a Lippert countertop in our bathroom. I guess you would consider it a synthetic marble. I used a cleaner that I thought would be appropriate, but it removed the shiny surface and left a dull surface. Is there any way the luster can be restored?
     
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    glennjanie

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    Welcome Equinox:
    Yes, you can restore the luster. You can use car wax to re-shine it temporarily. Or you can get a glaze to put on it from the plumbing store.
    All bathroom surfaces have a recommendation of soap and water to clean; the harsh cleaners will remove protective finishes on chrome, china (commode) and bath tubs of any type.
    Glenn
     

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