How to remove scratches from porcelain sink?

porcelain sink repair:

Question by Ian: How to remove scratches from porcelain sink?
I cleaned our bathroom sink without thinking, and I used coarse steel wool because it was working (I had tried almost everything else).

Anyway, now there are small scratches (not really visible, but a nuisance when seen) in the sink. What can I do to repair them?

Best answer:

Answer by DA
If they’re not visible how can you see them?!!!

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3 Responses to “How to remove scratches from porcelain sink?”

  • aboveaveragejoe:

    Hey Ian,

    I am an associate from The Home Depot and have worked in the paint department for many years, one of the best products to remove scratches from the porcelain sink was a little item I sold frequently in my department….and still do today!

    It’s called Porc-A-Fix, it goes on with a small brush, kinda like nail polish. It comes in 2 colors, and is designed to match most porcelain sinks. Apply it and it will seek its own level in minutes, what leaves you is a nice smooth finish, just like new again!

    Be sure to test a small area first to see if its the right color and choice for you, but that is the best product I have seen out on the market. Its easy to use, works great, and dries as hard as the porcelain itself. You will be pleased with the results.

    Hope this helps,
    aboveaveragejoe

  • Karen L:

    Are they scratches or little grey marks? Cleaning porcelain with metal stuff can leave grey marks. Try toothpaste or another very fine abrasive.

  • mtkineowood:

    try rubbing a pumice stone on it.

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