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How to get rid of scratches in a kitchen countertop?

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    Default How to get rid of scratches in a kitchen countertop?

    I scratched my kitchen countertop with a plastic scrub brush and now there are some unsightly marks on my counter. They arent too deep. Anyone have any tips on how to get rid of them. They are sort of like scuff marks from one of those plastic scatcher pads you use when washing pots or pans. not the metal one though.HELP!forgot to add its made of arborite, im pretty sureits also a green and white speckled counter

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    Default How to get rid of scratches in a kitchen countertop?

    yes use a color wax and rub it in carefully and let it setup hard b4 u buff it out

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    Default How to get rid of scratches in a kitchen countertop?

    What's the countertop made from? Without knowing that, it's hard to answer your question.

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    Default How to get rid of scratches in a kitchen countertop?

    try the bon ami cleanser or a white toothpaste, they have light "grit" in them , and make things smooth.

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    Default How to get rid of scratches in a kitchen countertop?

    you might try 000 steel wool, or an extra fine rubbing compound paste on a sponge. try it on an inconspicuous place to see that it doesn't cause more damage than is already present. You didn't state what the counter was made of. You might try using a polish or wax to get the fine scratches to disappear.

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