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Old 12-20-2009, 07:42 AM   #9
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On a ceramic or stainless steel sink you can get it wet and use a razor blade. Pull or push the blade against the sink, holding it as flat to the sink surface as possible (Make sense?) DON'T use the blade dry (you will scratch the sink badly). The water protects the sink. For plastic or fiberglass sinks, you may have to get a new sink . Sorry.
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