New bathroom couter stained - help
Hydrogen Peroxide is any nurse's first approach to stains. It is what OxyClean creates when mixed with water as I remember. The nice thing about OxyClean is you can mix it as a paste.
It should work on organics. It is great for getting things like red wine stains out of cutting boards. You may have to let it sit awhile. And again, always try it, or any approach to stain removal, on a small area first.
I should have mentioned you might call the manufacturer of the countertop if you can find out.
I would "share some kind and loving words" with IKEA about their dye bleeding basket! And, I wonder if that counter and sink didn't get sealed if it stained so easily. Sounds like neither is something your girlfriend could have known about so do not be too hard on her.
As a last resort, and if it is worth the deductible, your insurance might cover a new countertop/sink if you cannot get the stain out.
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