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A hot lid placed in sink caused small black out line about 1/2"

This is my 2nd corstone sink & great care is taken. Ahot lid was placed in sink; caused small out line about 1/2" long blackened. Can I fix this or cover it up with something. The damage is a very thin line. Will the sink polish help. lEmail: Susanlezak@bellsouth.net

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I would start with the corstone sink polish. It should remove the line. good luck

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