Product Care

For optimal maintenance and longevity of your kitchen sink, we advise a routine cleaning and drying regimen. Ideally, this involves drying the sink with a gentle cloth following each use or, at a minimum, once daily. This practice is crucial for preventing the accumulation of mineral deposits and the formation of irregular color patches, ensuring the aesthetic appeal of your sink is preserved.

To safeguard the integrity and finish of your sink surface, avoid using it as a cutting board. Directly cutting food on the sink can lead to scratches and damage. Similarly, refrain from leaving sharp items like knives resting on the sink for prolonged periods, as this can also contribute to wear and tear.

When choosing cleaning agents, it's important to steer clear of harsh or abrasive products. Abrasive cleaners, sanding implements, steel wool, and bleach-based products can all cause irreversible damage to the sink's surface. Instead, opt for gentle, non-abrasive cleaning solutions to keep your sink in pristine condition.