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How Do I Care for My TitanCast Solid Surface Bath and Basin?

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TitanCast is a solid surface material made from blend of premium light materials, with a ratio of 70% high-quality minerals (such as Titanium and Quartz) and 30% resin.


Using this superior material, the Turner Hastings TitanCast Solid Surface Freestanding Baths and Basins are unparalleled in quality, performance, durability, and beauty. They are non-porous, hygienic, stain and chemical resistant, and a repairable material. The satin silk finish is easy to clean and does not show fingerprints.


It's easy to care for you TitanCast bath or basin.

Our TitanCast satin silk matte (satin silk white or special finish coloured) baths are supplied with a 400-grit purple pad and care instructions.

  • Clean your bath with a soft cloth and warm soapy water.
  • As a weekly cleaner we recommend any suitable bathroom liquid cleaner. Rinse the surface clean immediately afterwards. Do not allow any liquid cleaner to stand for extended periods as this may stain the bath depending on the type of cleaning product.
  • Stubborn marks and fine scratches may be removed with the Scotchbrite pad.


The TitanCast gloss white baths are supplied with 1000 grit, 2000 grit and a tub of burnishing compound, and care instructions.

  • To preserve the polished surface, clean your bath with a soft cloth and warm soapy water.
  • As a weekly cleaner we recommend any suitable bathroom liquid cleaner. Rinse the surface clean immediately afterwards. Do not allow any liquid cleaner to stand for extended periods as this may stain the bath depending on the type of cleaning product.
  • Do not use powders, pastes, crème cleaners, thinners or dry-cleaning fluids.
  • Stubborn marks and fine scratches may be removed using 1500-2000 grit water paper. Follow this by polishing with a car burnishing compound and soft cloth.


​To prevent any damage to the TitanCast bath or basin.

  • Always run hot and cold water simultaneously into your bath or vanity. Tapware settings should not exceed a maximum temperature of 60°C.
  • Deliver water (mixed hot and cold) to the lowest point of the bath which is at the waste area.
  • Avoid contact with strong chemicals and solvents (stain removers, nail varnish removers, etc)
  • Wipe away any chemical spillages ie. hairdye, as soon as possible to avoid potential staining.
  • When coloured essential oils are used, first test that the colour will not stain your bath. If it does, a burnishing compound will remove it.

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