You have a few options when removing stains from the epoxy; you'll want to start with the lightest/most mild options and work your way up from there. The options are as follows:
- Try taking a microfiber cloth and some 91% isopropyl alcohol to see if that will remove the stains.
- Use a Mr. Clean magic eraser to see if you can remove it that way; those are awesome and most of the time do the trick!
- Use a microfiber cloth and some Meguiar’s 105, Meguiar’s ScratchX, or our polishing compound to see if that would remove the stain.
- You could try a poultice to see if that will draw the stain out of the epoxy.
- Worst case scenario, you would want to sand the stains out and either pour a new clear flood coat or use our sanding assortment pack and follow the process shown in this video to sand and polish your epoxy project.
Please be aware that the sanding and polishing process will not bring back the original high gloss shine. The only way to get back to that is to pour another clear flood coat. When sanding, buffing and polishing the countertops, we recommend using this application over the entire surface so that it matches.
We hope you have a wonderful day and give us a call with any questions, we are all more than happy to help!
From SCC FB Insiders: “Super Strength Greased Lightning” Cleaner and Degreaser works well to get Pizza Sauce, Pizza Grease and Kool-Aid Stain off of a honed finish.