The title says it all. We have a Corian countertop. One of the selling points of this type of counter is that it is supposedly easy to fix minor flaws in it, but there seems to be little information on the net about how to go about it.
A few years back my wife put a hot pan on it and discolored the surface. I have tried sanding the surface down with sandpaper (start rough and then moving on to finer grits), but it only slightly improves the look. Are their any tricks that I am missing?