A clean kitchen is a wonderful kitchen. That’s why we have specifically designed our products and systems for ease of maintenance. So that you are comfortable and confident every time you use your kitchen. Learn the best way to keep your sink in top shape and appearance.
Maintenance is surprisingly simple
Extend the life of your sink products and avoid the accumulation of dirt and tartar simply by wiping your sink and the surface of your worktop with a damp cloth and soapy water. This simple trick will allow you to keep your products look attractive. See other good cleaning tips below.
Cleaning and maintenance of stainless steel
Most stainless steel sinks are made of premium quality chrome-nickel steel. This high-quality material gives our sinks an attractive look and allows them to withstand stains, rust and corrosion. This is how we created a stainless steel paste specifically designed for the maintenance of this special material. This polishing paste, easy to apply, protects your sink or gives it back its luster. It is enough to spread a small quantity on a damp cloth, to rub it on the surface and to let it rest. Then rinse with water and polish with a dry cloth. Make sure to take good care of your garbage disposal unit. If you need some ideas for products you can check out this site http://www.bestgarbagedisposalreviews.net/.
Take care of the surface
Unless they are very deep and unpleasant to the sight, scratches on stainless steel surfaces are not always a bad thing. In fact, over time, small scratches, when numerous, give your products an attractive matte look. However, when you have a deep scratch that you want to mitigate, here’s what you can do: get a Scotch-Brite pad and our white stainless steel paste. Apply enough paste to cover the scratch, then wipe with your pad in the grain direction of the surface. When the scratch seems to have disappeared, rinse to remove the excess paste and clean the surface with a dry cloth.
Stubborn stains and rust
The rust on stainless steel comes from iron particles from an external source. If you want to remove rust stains from your products, we recommend using a cleaning product containing oxalic acid (check your hardware store for details). Always use mild and non-abrasive cleaning products to remove stubborn stains from your stainless steel and ensure you thoroughly flush the cleaning fluids once you have finished. Oh, one more note: when cleaning your stainless steel, make sure to NEVER USE STEEL WOOL PADS. We thank you in advance, as well as our stainless steel.