Your Granite sink is manufactured to the highest possible standards. To maintain its good looks, Carron Phoenix suggests you follow these guidelines.
Most deposits can be removed with washing up liquid and hot water followed by a clean water rinse. It is also good practice to then dry the sink with a soft cloth as otherwise limescale can build up on the surface.
Clean off heavy staining liquids such as dyes and vegetable juices as soon as possible. Then remove any remaining marks using Coloured Sink Cleaner which can be purchased here.
It is also good practice to then dry the sink with a soft cloth – such as a Microfiber Cloth – as otherwise limescale can build up on the surface. You can purchase a Microfiber Cloth here.
Avoid the use of a plastic washing up bowl however as this will over time cause the development of regular abrasion marks over the sink’s surface.
The quality of your water can affect the good looks of your sink by giving the appearance of staining. This ‘staining’ is generally a build-up of limescale or similar mineral deposit, particularly prevalent in hard water areas.
Limescale readily absorbs staining agents such as tea, coffee, red wine etc, spoiling the appearance of your sink. For this reason always rinse and dry your sink after each occasion you use it to avoid mineral deposits being left behind on the surface when the water evaporates.
To remove any limescale that has built up on your sink, try using a proprietary limescale removing product such as Viakal® or Limelite®. Alternatively, soak in a solution of one part vinegar to three parts water. This will loosen the scale, making it possible to scrub it away with an abrasive pad and kitchen sink cleaner.
As with all Carron Phoenix sinks, we recommend regular cleaning and maintenance to keep your granite sink looking its best.
Your Granite sink is made from an extremely hard wearing material. Any metal pots, pans or cutlery dragged across its surface will initially leave marks.
However these marks are actually metal deposits on the sink’s surface and can easily be removed by scrubbing with an abrasive pad and kitchen sink cleaner.
If a “stain” becomes deeply ingrained fill the bowl firstly with 40 parts water followed by 1 part bleach (or biological washing powder) and soak overnight.
Drain, then rinse thoroughly with water. Note – this should not be used as a routine cleaning!
Don’t forget! – always finish off by rinsing your sink thoroughly with clean water to remove any residue, then dry it with a soft cloth to prevent build-up of limescale.
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