Proper care and regularly cleaning your bamboo sink will ensure lasting beauty. Never use harsh chemicals on natural bamboo and follow this tip to clean without causing damage.
Harsh chemicals should never be used on a natural bamboo sink. Use this tip as an alternative to routine cleaning if you don’t have access to a proper mild soap.
Polishing or abrasive scrubbing can strip your bronze sink of the hand-rubbed finish and patina. Use this tip to gently clean your bronze sink and avoid harming your sink.
Although polishing bronze sinks isn’t recommended, you can wax your sink every one to three months to help retain luster and protect the sink against water spots.
Copper is a metal that reacts to various elements, so it’s important to avoid leaving acidic foods sitting in your sink. Be cautious when cleaning your sink and follow this tip to avoid damage.
To bring the natural radiance of copper back to life and help protect your sink from hard water mineral damage, you can wax your copper sink from time to time using this tip.
While our cutting boards are made from durable wood, they aren’t maintenance free and should be cleaned immediately after each use by following this tip.
While our cutting boards are made from durable wood, they aren’t maintenance free. Use this tip as an alternative to routine cleaning if you do not have access to a mild dish detergent.
Cutting boards are vital tools in the kitchen and odors and stains may occur over time. Odors can be eliminated with baking soda and cutting board stains can be removed with this tip.
Cutting boards may need to be oiled every few months or every few weeks if you live in a dry climate. When you do so, be sure to use a food grade mineral oil, not an edible food oil.
Regular drain maintenance is key to making sure your kitchen sink keeps smelling fresh. Add this easy tip to your daily cleaning routine to help prevent odors caused by bacterial buildup.
Although daily cleaning can effectively prevent most odors from occurring, sometimes foul odors are unavoidable. Use this tip to put a stop to foul odors as soon as they begin to surface.
It’s easy to overlook the importance of cleaning your faucet, so use this easy tip once a week to prevent mineral deposits from forming and keep your faucets sparkling.
Be sure to clean your glass sink regularly to avoid mineral or bacteria buildup and use this tip to ensure your glass sink always makes an impression on guests.
Be sure to clean your glass sink regularly to avoid mineral or bacteria buildup and use this tip as an alternative to routine cleaning if you do not have access to a standard glass cleaner.
Frosted glass sinks should be cleaned differently than regular glass sinks because of the textured surface. Use this tip to ensure your frosted glass sink is always clean.
Don't let a build-up of toothpaste and other gunk in your sink be the way your bathroom guests are greeted. Keep your sink looking fabulous with this easy tip.
For those times when your bathroom could benefit most from a thorough cleansing, use this cleaning tip to sanitize.
We get it, scuffs happen. Use this tip to help remove unsightly scuff marks without causing damage to your porcelain sink.
Porcelain sinks naturally shine on their own, but every now and then they could use your help. Use this polishing tip to pamper your porcelain back to shine whenever it is looking dull.
Regularly rinse away residue in your sink and use this tip weekly to clean & remove fine scratches. Prevent scratches by using a sink grid instead of a rubber mat in your sink.
Your kitchen sees a lot of action throughout the day and it’s common for your sink to be covered in streaks at the end of the day. Use this tip to remove unwanted streaks from your sink.
Busy families tend to get a bit messy in the kitchen and this can leave your sink covered in fingerprints. Use this tip to get rid of those unsightly smudges and hard water deposits.
Natural stone sinks should be cleaned on a regular basis to ensure long-lasting beauty. To avoid damaging your sink, use a cleaner that is specially formulated for use on natural stone.
Allowing grime to accumulate on your natural stone sink can cause the protective crust to wear away. Use this tip to remove stubborn soap scum, hard water stains, and dirt without damaging your sink.
Granite, marble, and onyx sinks with a polished finish are naturally lustrous. Use this tip every few months to revitalize and restore the stones brilliant shine without causing any damage to your sink.
To maintain the surface of your TruGranite sink, avoid cleaning with harsh citrus cleaners and ammonia. Be sure to dry your sink after each use and regularly clean your sink with this tip.
Rusty water or oily substances left in your TruGranite sink can cause discoloration. Unwanted blemishes can be eliminated by using a Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser® or by following this tip.