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For cleaning the sink, there are a number of products and chemical detergents on the market which seem to give a good result initially but which, in the long term, are harmful to the surface.
Alternatively, we recommend simple, inexpensive natural remedies to keep your sink clean and shiny.
STAINLESS STEEL PRODUCTS
- Vinegar is the most widely used tool for cleaning all stainless steel sinks. After cleaning the sink thoroughly with water and a sponge, simply wet a dry cloth with white vinegar and wipe the entire surface. After wiping with a damp cloth, wipe dry with a dry cloth and the steel will immediately return to its original shine and cleanliness.
- For more stubborn stains, you can use bicarbonate of soda, which produces a kind of abrasive peeling; then simply rinse with lukewarm water and dry with a soft cloth.
- Lemon juice, on the other hand, can be used to remove rust and limescale stains, while the lemon peel itself is useful for deodorising the sink.
There are various natural remedies for Kuarzite sinks, which you can also use according to your needs.
- A mixture of dishwashing detergent and bicarbonate of soda for daily use is the quickest and most recommended method.
- White vinegar is sprayed directly onto the surface and then left for about 4 hours. To prevent this from evaporating immediately, it is advisable to place sheets of baking paper on the sink dampened with vinegar.
- A mixture of three parts cream of tartar and one part hydrogen peroxide. Use a damp cloth to spread the entire mixture over the sink until it dries, then wipe with another damp cloth.
- To brighten up the sink, simply sprinkle a little flour over the surface of the sink and wipe with a soft, dry cloth, then rinse with water.
- Olive oil, on the other hand, is excellent for removing water stains. Simply polish with a little olive oil by rubbing it in with a damp cloth, then wipe with a dry cloth.
Mixers of any finish should only be cleaned with soap and water, avoiding the use of any kind of chemical detergent.
Specifically, the aerator of the mixer should be cleaned at least every three months, following some simple steps:
- unscrew the metal cover
- remove the aerator and then rinse it under running water. If limescale is present, immerse the aerator in a glass of water with white vinegar until the limescale has dissolved
- Finally, reassemble the aerator in the cover and then screw it onto the tap outlet