Keeping bathroom countertops clean and free of stains is a bit of a challenge. To achieve the necessary cleanliness you need to be aware that you need to treat each type of stain differently. There are a number of methods that are standard for cleaning, but using your own formulas for removing stains from the counter can also be useful.
Hydrogen Peroxide as a cleaner: Yellow stains on a bathroom counter can be best removed by using hydrogen peroxide. Dip a cloth into the hydrogen peroxide that you have in a bowl and wet the stains with the cloth. Leave it to dry and keep on repeating the process till the stains are completely removed. This may require two to five applications.
Scrubber and Soap solutions: Day-to-day stains that are on a counter can be removed by the use of a soap and scrubber solution. Water and dish washing soap can be mixed to create a solution. Then you can use a sponge or cloth to use the solution to wipe on the stains on the bathroom countertop. Do this at regular intervals, and you will soon have a countertop that is absolutely clean.
Commercial Cleaners: If marks on a countertop or counter are hard to remove, you can try out the commercial cleaners that are available in most supermarkets. You would need to find the specific solution that is meant for the stains that you have on the bathroom countertops. Make sure you follow the methods given, and you would be able to get rid of stubborn stains. There may be chemicals in some of these solutions that are harmful, and it may necessitate the use of protective equipment when you use the cleaners.
Baking soda and Toothbrush: Scorch marks on a counter are best removed by the use of baking soda and a toothbrush. Remove as much of the discoloration as possible by the use of a solution of soap. Then apply a paste made from the soda and water on to the marks. Use the toothbrush to scrub the area. Now wipe the area clean with a soft cloth. Barkeeper’s Friend can be used for stubborn marks.