Removing polyurethane from sinktop


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Old 02-18-06, 05:08 PM
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Question Removing polyurethane from sinktop

I was applying polyurethane to the window trim in the bathroom when I had a small spill. I reacted by putting the can of poly into the bathroom sink. I cleaned up everything, or so I thought. Needless to say there is now hardened poly on the sink bowl. I have no idea how to remove this or if it is even possible. I thought about a sharp razor blade, but I am worried that it will ruin the sink even more. Any thoughts?
 
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Old 02-19-06, 07:10 PM
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would try soaking the area in hot water if its in the basen...sometimes the enamel on the sink surface will not let the poly bond..so the hot water may soften it and you and gently scrape it off....if not mineral spirits
 
 

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