BLANCO stainless steel has a non-porous surface which prevents dirt, bacteria and microorganisms from accumulating. It has a natural resistance to common household acids, marks and stains such as those made by coffee or certain types of fruits and vegetables. However, like any heavy-duty kitchen fixture— it may show traces of wear over time. For easy daily cleaning, follow these instructions:
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Rinse and dry the sink throughly after every use, this will prevent water spots caused by lime in the water. For daily cleaning use liquid cream cleansers such as BLANCOCLEAN for stainless steel. Do not leave wet sponges or cleaning materials on the sink for long periods of time as this could stain the sink surface.
Stainless steel does not rust, however rust stains may occur as a result of other materials coming in contact with the sink allowing iron particles to bond to the sink’s surface. Rust spots and stains can be removed with metal cleaners such as Flitz. Iron particles introduced by metal cookware, steel wool pads, etc. can react with water and deposit rust spots. Do not use rubber-coated mats as discoloration of the sink may occur after prolonged use.
For daily cleaning use liquid cream cleansers such as BLANCOCLEAN for stainless steel. When using a stainless steel polish, ensure that you read directions carefully.