We have prepared a short and practical guide on how you can clean your kitchen sink with a few simple guidelines.
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Cleaning the kitchen sink is essential to maintain it over time and to fight dirt and stains. With a few tricks you can keep your sink as clean as when you bought it!
In the following pages we have prepared a checklist of things to know to clean the kitchen sink and keep it shining with some products directly recommended by ArredoItalianoand our Partner for Kitchen Sinks, Plados.
These notions apply to sink cleaning in general, but particularly to sinks Plados which, thanks to their natural resistance to dirt and stains, with a few small and easy measures allow the maintenance of your sink over time.
Cleaning the Kitchen Sink and Keeping it Clean
After use: Clean the sink with lukewarm water using a liquid detergent, such as BRILLIANTand a soft cloth. Daily stains should be removed immediately.
Twice a weekWith daily use, a layer of limescale tends to form, especially on the bottom of the tanks, which becomes thicker and thicker. This layer is very porous and absorbent, so it is easy to stain. The presence of any stains on the bottom of the tub can be attributed to this accumulation of limescale, which should be avoided, you have to descale the sink at least a couple of times a week.
Avoid the use of:
Slightly abrasive powders
Slightly abrasive cleaning creams
How to Clean Sink from Stains
When to use abrasive cleaners
Only for exceptions and with great caution, for example to remove stains left by cigarettes.
Stains caused by strongly dyeing foods or liquids such as coffee and fruit juices
Immediately remove with very hot water and a detergent, such as EXTRACARE.
Particular stains as from ink, ink, oil paints etc.
Use an alcohol-soaked cloth if removal is difficult
Particularly stubborn organic stains
Leave a solution of biological detergent (bleach) or well-diluted bleach in the sink overnight. In the morning rinse with lukewarm water and a soft cloth.
Metal striations caused by contact with pots or cutlery