(Topic ID: 158894)

Cleaning Cabinet Marks

By fantasygoat

3 years ago

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#1 3 years ago

I've got a really nice original cabinet with no fading, which is apparently uncommon for Paragon, but that has some scuff marks on it that I'd like to remove. Any tips on doing that without damaging the paint?

I've tried Simple Green and naphtha. Nothing.


#2 3 years ago

409? You can try a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser, but its aggressive and might do some damage, test in an inconspicuous area.

#4 3 years ago

Magic eraser will take off paint. Used it in a super pac-man machine once and it took off some blue paint. Be careful.

#5 3 years ago

I've used Novus 2 with success. Might try on a test spot as I'm not sure with the older cabinets.

#6 3 years ago

I've used novus 2 also. It will remove a little paint but used carefully I've had good results.

1 week later
#7 3 years ago

Novus 2 did a bang-up job getting the marks off without damaging the paint. Thanks!

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