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Got a stain in a thermocast sink...can not be removed

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These are beautiful sinks. The acrylic is extremely durable but unfortunately not indestructable. If the stain has gotten into the acrylic you will not be able to remove it. If it looks like it could be on the surface try a paste of baking soda and rub gently in a circular motion. Do not use an abrasive product as it will permanently damage the sink. Thermocast may be able to supply you with an acrylic repair kit for the color of your sink. I would suggest contacting the manufacturer at 1-678-445-2022 or emailing them at sales_support@thermocastsinks.com Good luck with the repair.

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A Master Collection designer Thermocast cast acrylic double bowl kitchen sink with a rich high gloss finish that is easy to clean with non-abrasive cleaners.

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