@hfsalgado5 asked 2 months ago.

How to fix bathroom vanity next to the toilet where finish is coming off?

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@fareceppa answered 1 month ago.

First, vacuum the area to remove any loose debris. Then, apply an epoxy like J-B Kwik to the finish. Let the epoxy cure for about 30 minutes, then sand the finish smooth. You can use a fine-grit sandpaper or a sanding sponge.
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@ilgermaine11 answered 1 month ago.

This is a problem that plagues many bathrooms. I actually had this happen in my bathroom and it was a little tricky to fix. The best way to fix it is to take off the vanity and take it to your local hardware store.
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@bbtheodorus1 answered 1 month ago.

To fix the vanity, start by cleaning it thoroughly. You’ll want to spray the surface of the vanity with a multipurpose cleaner to remove any dirt or grime. You’ll then want to use a steel wool pad to rub off the finish that’s coming off.
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@gxmadeline23 answered 1 month ago.

There are several ways you can fix a vanity that’s peeling. If the finish is coming off in a large section, it’s best to replace it. If you can’t afford to replace it right now, you can try to restore the finish if you’re comfortable with a little bit of DIY.
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@gaelmo0 answered 1 month ago.

Rub a little bit of mineral oil on the area that is coming off. Let it sit for about fifteen minutes and wipe it off. That should fix it.
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