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I bought a new kitchen not a long time ago and unfortunately it is already damaged, we had some decoration done and the dust from the air is on the surfaces. I tried to remove it with hot water but I don't think it is going to disappear. Any products in the market to treat laminate?

GSM
2 months ago
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Ann1984
Ann19842 months ago

Try normal house all purpose polish it won’t damage your unit I use once a week

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GSM
GSM
Original Poster
2 months ago

Ann1984 will it get rid of the stains ?

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Ann1984
Ann19842 months ago

GSM ok you didn’t mention stains I use for stains elbow grease or the pink stuff both only £1 from Poundland bm most stores sell.

I am forever staining mine with curry or like yesterday hair dye on my laminate floor.

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Pjran
Pjran2 months ago

You could try Cif, it’s slightly abrasive but works wonders on my kitchen tops. No need for scouring pad just squeeze a little on a cloth. Good luck.

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davidstockport
davidstockport2 months ago

For most stains on laminate I use neat thick household bleach, just spread it on (perhaps with sponge). Leave for a while (perhaps twenty minutes) then wipe/polish off with a damp cloth or sponge. If you get the bleach on skin wash off as soon as possible. (and don't splash your clothes).

Might add: NEVER try to remove rust stains with bleach - bleach will actually fix a rust stain making it permanent. (can be good to know if you want to get creative on fabrics with rusty washers or nails etc).😀

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Sugarbabe
Sugarbabe2 months ago

In my kitchen we needed to put some new cable behind the wall and had to remove a few tiles. It left dust everywhere and it took a few days to get rid of all the dust from my worktops. Try a light steam clean on the surface or any cleaning product.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig2 months ago

For the dust you used need to keep wiping it away until it is gone. For the stains try something like elbow grease or the pink stuff, they both do a cream cleaner that is brilliant for removing stains.

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GSM
GSM
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2 months ago

Thanks, in the end used soapy water a few times and it disappeared, hope it doesn't come back as when it is wet you can't notice it.

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