Marine Grade Polymer Tops
Clean everyday dirt and stains with a cleaner, such as Soft Scrub and a dish sponge. Be weary of nylon scrubbies or stiff nylon brushes as excess force can mar the finish. Tough stains can be soaked with bleach. Stains and marks have been successfully removed with the following branded products: Goof Off®, Mr. Clean Magic Eraser®, GOJO Orange Pumice Hand Cleaner and Simple Green. To clean a petroleum stain such as grease or oil, use a citrus cleaner, alcohol or mineral spirits. In severe cases, spray petroleum-based stains with WD40®. Then use toluene or acetone and a white nylon scrub pad (colored pads release staining dyes when combined with acetone). Do not use MEK, turpentine or naphtha solvent. If a mark or stain won’t come out, you may lightly sand the area. Be careful and only work on the stained area because sanding will remove the matte finish.
Use soap and water or your favorite glass cleaner and wash with a soft sponge or cloth.
Wash aluminum tops using a mixture of mild detergent and water.
Maintain the look of your fiberglass top by washing it with a mixture of mild detergent and water. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive brushes.
Clean acrylic tops using soap and water only.
Faux Stone Tops
Maintain the look of your Faux Stone top by washing it with a mixture of mild detergent and water. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive brushes.
Nylon glides are use to protect your furniture and to protect the floor it is placed on. Glides can be easily replaced.