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Use and Care Instructions

Stainless steel sinks

  • After the installation and removing the foil from the sink, it’s necessary to clean the sink from any metal or other particles otherwise the surface of the sink can be permanently damaged, if particles get in touch with the wet surface of the sink.
  • Regular cleaning and maintenance will help make your sink look better, but also improve its use value. We recommend that you wipe the sink with a dry soft cloth immediately after use. This prevents limescale stains.
  • For cleaning, use soft cloths and liquid household cleaners. Chlorine-containing products can damage stainless steel and should therefore be avoided in sinks.
  • If you want your sink to retain a bright shine, do not use abrasives or abrasive cloths or sponges. For this reason, storing such materials in a cupboard under the sink should also be avoided.
  • Do not place unprotected metal objects on stainless steel surfaces, as this can lead to unwanted chemical reactions and the appearance of stubborn stains or even permanent damage to the material.
  • It is necessary to provide satisfactory ventilation in the cabinet so as to prevent condensation
  • The sink can be damaged or scratched if solid objects fall on it.

xGranit sinks

  • You will achieve the best results in the maintenance of your sink if you regularly, after use, clean the sink with detergent and the soft side of a sponge and then rinse well with water.
  • Wipe the sink with a dry cloth to remove any remaining water. Drying is important in order to prevent the deposition of limescale, which is especially pronounced in places with “hard” water.
  • Limescale retains dirt particles on its porous surface, so your sink may look dirty. Therefore, the scale should be removed occasionally with a solution of alcoholic vinegar and water (1:2). Leave the solution overnight, scrub the sink in the morning and then rinse well with water. For more persistent stains, use limescale cleaners and be sure to rinse well with water.
  • During use, silver lines may appear on the surface of the sink, as a result of contact with metal cutlery and dishes. The lines are actually a thin layer of metal that has separated from the mentioned metal objects. You can remove them with detergent and the hard side of a sponge.
  • For more persistent stains, apply Vanish in the desired place and leave it on for two hours. Then rub with the hard side of a sponge and rinse well.
  • Do not spill thinners, bases or drain cleaners in the sink. If you accidentally spill, rinse immediately with water, as contact with such chemicals can lead to discoloration.
  • Do not cut with a knife directly on the surface of the sink.
  • The surface of the sink should not be used as a place to cool dishes that have just been removed from the hob or taken out of the oven. If you still leave such dishes on the sink, be sure to use a mat.