||02-21-2013 08:58 AM
Cleaning silicone glue residue off of stainless steel sink after install
We recently had granite countertops installed in our kitchen with a new stainless steel undermount sink. The installer did a great job with everything but I have noticed that there is a definitely a line along the top "rim" of the sink where it approaches the countertop. It's pretty obvious that it's where they glued the sink then wiped off the excess with a thumb... Somewhat of a faint residue of silicone. Now I know most people would say just to ignore it but when you spend so much money on a kitchen renovation and a $350 sink it's really hard to ignore. Anybody have any ideas of a solution that will remove it. I obviously don't want to screw up the finish.