To clean your sink, use the mildest cleaning
procedure that will do the job effectively.
sink thoroughly and flush with water after
using detergents and sterilizers.
leave solutions in the sink overnight.
cleaning or scrubbing to remove stubborn
stains from the inside of the sink should
follow the direction of the grain line.
use ordinary steel wool. Only use stainless
steel wool or scouring pads.
not use steel scrapers to clean stainless
solutions only in strength recommended
by manufacturer. Failure to do so may
cause severe damage. Solutions with high
chlorine content, chlorine derivative
or bleach products are not recommended
for use on stainless steel sinks as these
products will cause pitting or corrosion.
spillage or splashing of full strength
chemicals directly on stainless steel
surfaces. Always put water in sink before
adding sanitizing agents or soaps.
water may build up mineral deposits. The
quality of water will vary from location
to location. Build up’s are particularly
evident where water may have a high mineral
a mineral deposit build up over time,
use a weak solution of vinegar and water
to remove the deposit and follow this
by flushing the surface with water.
times, you may notice a slight discoloration
caused by iron in your water or by strong
detergents. Clean at once with any strong
steel requires oxygen to maintain its
rust resistant properties. The combination
of oxygen in the presence of chromium
provide a tenacious, invisible and highly
protective chrome oxide film on the surface.
For this reason, your stainless products
should be kept clean and free of any possible
obstructions to this natural process.
not leave any steel or cast iron cookware
or implements anywhere on the sink for
extended periods of time. Rusting and
staining may result.
not leave rubber dish mats, wet sponges
or cleaning pads in the sink overnight
as they will trap water underneath which
could lead to staining and discoloration
of the sink surface.
foods such as pickles, mayonnaise, mustard
and salt laden foodstuffs can cause pitting
of the sink surface if left unattended
for prolonged periods.