I've been trying to think of what these things are called but I can't come up with an answer. So I'll try to describe it.
I own a 95 Double wide trailer and the bathroom sink is made out of some kind of material that I'm not familar with. My problem with it is that it doesn't shine. I like nice shiny sinks and tubs and was wondering if there was anything I could do. Without of course going to the expense of replacing it. The tubs shine up just fine so I'm thinking maybe the finish was damaged in some way although I can't see any marks or anything.
This sink also has a retangular stain on it where it looks like maybe there was a label at one time? That's a guess. The stain is a pinkish color and isn't sticky. I'd love to be able to get it off but I'm wondering if attempting to do that is what damaged the finish in the first place.
Some folks make the mistake of using abrasive cleaners such as commit or Ajax and it scratches their sink. Have you thought about re-doing it with a new coat of porcelain? Your sink will have to be cleaned well for this sort of thing and the directions have to be followed right up to the nitty gritty for it to work.
Post by Pharmer Phil on Aug 27, 2008 3:29:16 GMT -6
yep, coud be either of the above responses..we have ona dem formed sinks in the bathroom too, and I gotta tell you it's a chore keepin it looking good without scratching it...Our water is very hard...even with the softener, it's a constant battle