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How do I polish corian?

Older corian countertop has surface imperfections.

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Clean. Apply some of the Corian cleaner to the cloth rags and clean off all the dust, dirt, and grime that was created from the sanding. First clean off everything with the cleaner and then rinse the rag and wipe down the countertops again. Polish.

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