Kitchen And Bathroom Sink

Bridhi Furnishing - Kitchen And Bathroom Sink

An Acrysil Steel sink is a finely crafted fixture, comprised of the finest materials available. As a combination of thickness gauge for immense durability, corrosion resistance and rustproofing, our sinks are incomparable. Like most other fine products, they do require light maintenance to continue optimal performance.

If you ever see white calcification on your sink surface it is generally the result of minerals in your local water supply. It can be easily wiped away using the prescribed cleaning methods below.

Stainless steel sinks should be rinsed and dried after each use and wiped with a mild cleaner approximately once per week. We recommend Bio-Clean for cleaning all Acrysil products.

Simple ways to clean:

  • Lightly rinse and wipe down your sink after use. Use dishtowel for maintaining your fixture. Leaving standing water in the sink can cause discoloration.
  • Once each week, use a mild, bleach-free cleaner and a sponge to wipe your sink and remove any unseen buildup.
  • For clean and sanitation purposes, we recommend regularly disinfecting your sink pre-packaged disinfectant wipes or other mild anti-bacterial solutions. Ensure that you thoroughly rinse your sink to alleviate any residue or buildup.
  • Hard water can cause buildup that can break down the protective surface of your sink and cause rusting. Have your water quality checked occasionally.

Avoid Following Practice :

  • Using metal scouring pads on your sink can not only cause rust and scratches, but can also lead to discoloring on your sink’s surface. Do not use metal scouring pads.
  • Avoid placing a rubber mat on your sink bottom. It provides a perfect environment for cultivating harmful bacteria, which can not only instigate illness but can also tarnish your sink’s color and finish.
  • Do not leave standing water in your sink, especially when it may contain strong staining pigments such as coffee or tea. Chlorine-based chemicals (such as bleach) should not be left in your sink, and should be heavily rinsed from the surface.

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