Removing Metal Marks from Porcelain Sinks?


There are a few products that are good for removing metal marks from porcelain sinks. You can use a scouring powder, such as Barman's Friend or baking soda. You can also remove metal marks on porcelain with a pumice stone or a Magic Eraser.
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I have a white porcelain kitchen sink; sometimes I will get marks on it when washing my broiler pans, etc. I use Barkeepers Friend - just sprinkle it on, let it stand for a few minutes
I use a mild cleaner and a magic eraser (I think they are called Mr Clean magic eraser) those white scrub pads remove just about anything with little to no effort. CLR Kitchen and
Under the sink there is a nut of some type. Unscrew this to remove. Often it is rusted in place. Use tin snips to cut the top of the cock hole cover after prying up an edge.
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