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Daily cleaning practices:

We suggest you clean your sink as you would a stainless steel pot, use a mild detergent with a sponge, rinse with water, and dry off to avoid water spots.

In addition, mild window cleaners work well and help eliminate water spots left behind by minerals in the water.

To bring back the original shine - from time to time, you may also polish your sink. We recommend using “Never-Dull”, purchased at most auto supply shops, or any polishing cream of your choice made for stainless steel.

Things to avoid with any stainless steel sink:

1. Do not use harsh chemicals inside the sink such as bleaches, acids, thinners, etc. As a rule of thumb, if you would not put a chemical on your hands, don’t put it in the sink. Some foods are more acidic than others, such as lemons. Rinse your sink thoroughly after using these foods.

2. Never lay rusted objects or objects prone to rusting inside the sink, they may stain it. The sink itself is incapable of rusting on its own, but it will stain if a rusty foreign object is laid in it.

Troubleshooting:

Q: I scratched my sink, what do I do?

A: Our sinks are made from the finest quality surgical stainless steel, but there is no way to avoid minor scratches. Over time minor scratches will fade and blend in. If you are bothered by a scratch, try using a metal polish or contact us for a scratch removal kit.

Q: I stained my sink by mistake, what do I do?

A: Rinse off the sink and clean immediately. If the stain persists, try using “Never-Dull”; purchased at most auto supply shops. It will remove most things, even rust.

If you have any further questions please contact us.