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caring for sinks

Your sinks should not only perform well, they should look good. This page explains how to care for your composite, stainless, porcelain and fireclay sinks.
Composite sinks are low-maintenance and durable, made from natural stone, resins, and pigments. Here are some tips for cleaning and maintaining composite sinks:
Stainless Steel sinks are a popular choice for both home kitchens and laundry rooms because they are durable, low-maintenance, and heat- and stain-resistant. They are formed by bending or molding steel until it is seamless. Here are some suggestions for caring for your stainless sinks:
Porcelain sinks have a steel or cast iron core that has a porcelain coating. Porcelain sinks can last many years with proper care as explained below:
Fireclay sinks are low maintenance and don't require special cleaners. You can clean them daily with a soft cloth or sponge and a mixture of gentle dish soap and water. Rinse with lukewarm water after cleaning.
If you have any questions about the care and cleaning of your sinks and countertops, or if you feel professional care is required, please contact us.