2.1 Care Information - Fine Fireclay and Ceramic Wash Basins

2.2 Care Information - Marble Tops

2.3 Care Information - Fine Fireclay Sinks

2.4 Care Information - Tapware & Accessories

2.5 Care Information - Electroplated Metal Finishes

2.6 Care Information - Toilet Seats

2.7 Care Information - Acrylic Baths


2.1 Care Information - Fine Fireclay and Ceramic Wash Basins

Use a mild household detergent or warm soapy water and clean with a soft cloth.


2.2 Care Information - Marble Tops

Our marble surfaces are sealed with ahigh quality natural stone sealer at thefactory which will protect it from staining.However, you should arrange to have yourbench top resealed approximately every2-4 years. This depends on the amountof use of the stone. For example, kitchensrequire 1-2 years resealing, but kitchensbenches are much more high use thanbathroom vanities, so bathroom vanitiesonly require it every 2 – 4 years. Thesealer we recommend is the market leaderLithofin MN Stain-Stop.

As with any product, clean regularly. Mostcommon household cleaning productsare safe to use, such as non-alkalinecleaning products, mild house detergentswith warm water, glass cleaning productsand any non-abrasive household cleaner.Wipe with fresh water after cleaning. Wipethe surface dry with a soft dry cloth aftercleaning.

DO NOT use abrasive cleaners. If spills dooccur, wipe immediately quickly with freshwater. DO NOT use oil-based cleaners, i.e.turps, kerosene etc. Avoid exposing stonebench tops to chemicals or acidic liquidssuch as oven cleaners, oil, paint removers,or fruit juices.

While natural marble will provide alifetime of use, the material is inherentlybrittle, and you should avoid sitting orstanding on these surfaces since anyuneven substrate or base can causecracking.

Do not use your counter top as a cuttingboard. This can cause permanent deepscratching. Avoid dropping heavy orsharp objects on the bench top as chipsand cracks cannot easily be repaired.The placing of hot items such as hairstraighteners directly to the bench topshould be avoided.


2.3 Care Information - Fine Fireclay Sinks

Avoid using plastic washing-up bowls, as particles of grit can become impregnated in the base of the bowl and act like sand paper causing permanent scratching to the glazed surface.

Bleach & Acids
The fine fireclay surface will not be affected by bleach or acids found in the kitchen, however, it is advisable to use only diluted bleach in or on the sink, this is because the chrome wastes and taps can be damaged by extended exposure to neat bleach.

Routine Cleaning
As the glazed surface is extremely smooth and non-porous, cleaning with soapy water is usually all that is required to keep your sink clean. More stubborn stains can be removed using JIF or similar cleaning products. Wipe down with a dry cloth after use, this will help to avoid any lime scale build-up.

If stains become particularly difficult to remove, an overnight soak using biological washing powder should help remove any marks.

In hard water areas limescale can build-up on the surface and become visible when stained by food and drink. We recommend regular cleaning with a solution of 3-parts hot water and 1-part white vinegar or specific limescale cleaners can be used for example Viakal.

Metal Marks
Pans and cutlery can leave grey metal marks on the surface as the glazed finish is much harder than the metal utensils used in the kitchen. These marks can be easily removed using a powder compound called Bar Keeper's Friend. This product can be purchased from most large supermarkets or hardware stores. To prevent metal marks, a rubber sink mat or stainless steel grid can be purchased from Turner Hastings to sit in the base whilst washing metal items


2.4 Care Information - Tapware & Accessories

Use a mild household detergent or warm soapy water and clean with a soft cloth. It is important that no abrasive cleaners are used, as these will remove the surface gloss of the product.


2.5 Care Information - Electroplated Metal Finishes

The hardest metal finish is chrome and all others are considered soft decorative finishes. The lacquers help to prevent fingerprints & tarnishing but they are only lacquers and need to be treated carefully. Our Metal Finishers apply a 2 pac clear automotive lacquer and should be treated as thus. Clean with a soft cloth and mild detergent. Avoid any harsh abrasives, thinners & glass cleaners. Best cleaning is Mineral Turpentine.


2.6 Care Information - Toilet Seats

The best method of maintaining the finish while ensuring the cleanliness of toilet seats is simply to wipe them over with a soft cloth with soapy water. It is important that no abrasive cleaners are used, as these will remove the surface gloss of the product. At regular intervals the tightness of the hinge bolts should be checked, as continual loosening over time does occur.


2.7 Care Information - Acrylic Baths

To preserve the polished surface, after using your bath, clean with a soft cloth and warm soapy water to wash away any body oils or soap residue. Do not use powders, pastes, thinners, window cleaning sprays or dry cleaning liquid.


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