Question about Silestone Building Materials
Posted by Anonymous on
Use a sharp razor blade to scrape it off, silestone is very hard, this should not scratch it (you should always experiment in an inconspicuous place first) use #0000 steel wool if any residue remains
Posted on May 23, 2014
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