General cleaning instructions
Always wipe the sink down with warm soapy water and a cloth to remove everyday stains from your sink. In hard water areas limescale deposits can build up on the sink over a period of time; to remove limescale we recommend the use of lemon juice or vinegar.
Cleaning Granite & Ceramic Sinks
For general cleaning and removal of marks a mild cream cleaner and a non-metallic scouring pad must be used. China rubbers will clear most marks on ceramics – these must be used with washing up liquid.
Cleaning Stainless Steel Sinks (Brushed Finish)
A liquid cleaner can be used with a soft damp cloth for everyday cleaning and mark removal.
Cleaning Stainless Steel Sinks (Polished Finish)
For general cleaning and removing marks a stainless steel spray cleaner with a soft damp cloth should be used.
General cleaning advice and guidance
To avoid accidental damage, we recommend that you do not chop food directly on the surface of the sink or drainer.
Avoid dropping sharp objects into the sink, as this may scratch or damage the surface. Do not use plastic washing up bowls, as particles of grit which may be impregnated in the bowl could scratch the surface of the sink, or produce a grinding action between the plastic bowl and sink surface.
You must not pour strong chemicals down the sink such as bleach, ammonia, caustic soda, paint stripper, or sterilising solutions. If this should happen accidentally, wipe the spill away quickly with a dry cloth, then rinse with plenty of water.
Leaving neat bleach in sink bowls can cause damage to all sinks – even stainless steel. If neat bleach should come into contact with the sink, rinse thoroughly with warm soapy water.