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Yeah! Oxiclean works wonders (got the stains out of my Corian undermount sink, but should work equally well on most surfaces)! And it doesn't appear to damage the sink surface like using an abrasive cleaner (BarKeeper's Friend, Soft Scrub, etc) or bleach can.
Not that it's difficult (fill sink with warm-to-hot water and a scoop of Oxiclean), but you can see a video about it here (this is where I learned this trick):
RVM#78 - -USAF- F-15 Eagle Radar Vet 2005 Fleetwood Revolution
'12 Chevy 2500HD
'15 Airstream International Signature 27FB
After getting ours clean with oxy clean I wax them with a good automotive wax. Prevents staining for awhile.
Great idea! Bet it would help make them easier to clean... less stuff will stick to 'em! I already use auto wax on the inside of my shower: fiberglass walls and the glass. Keeps it much cleaner... and using a squeegee after showering is much easier, too.
Never thought to use wax in the sink nor on the shower enclosure and the glass doors. Something to do in the RV and the S/B.
Thank you so much for all this information these forms rock!
Getting ready to hit the road, But still getting answers. So thanks for the help! 2006 Winnebago Sightseer 29R Ford F53. Roadmaster Eagle 8000. 2001 Ford F150 7700 4x4. Still shopping for toad brakes. FMCA F286179
Good strong Pyrex will do the trick. No elbow grease needed. Little water, rubber gloves to reach plug, let set for a few minutes, nice and white. Not for color other than white, works for toilet too. HAVE good ventilation.
If by the above you mean "peroxide", I've had good luck with this, too.