We Are Open! - A Response to COVID-19 from MR Direct

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To our loyal customers:

We hope this message reaches you and your family in safe conditions amid the health concerns affecting our communities.

We are open and our orders are shipping but during this time please allow extra time for your projects. We want to make sure we take the proper steps to ensure the health and safety of our customers and team members. Because of this we cannot currently guarantee the shipping time displayed by our shipping calculator from all of our distribution centers at this time. Please allow a grace period of 2-4 days and plan your projects accordingly. When your order ships you will receive tracking.

We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience and understanding. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us for further assistance.

Best regards,

The MR Direct Team


Cleaning Porcelain Sinks

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Practical and Sleek

Porcelain is a strong, water-proof surface that is non-absorbent and sleek. The non-porous exterior makes it resistant to stains and odors; however, daily upkeep will keep white porcelain sinks glossy and beautiful for decades to come.

Porcelain is non-absorbent and non-porous
Easy to Clean

For everyday use and to remove stains, use a mild abrasive cleaner and a sponge or soft cloth. After cleaning and drying the porcelain sink, consider using lemon oil as a finishing polish. In addition to restoring the sheen to the porcelain surface, it also creates a protective barrier to further prevent stains.

A bit of lemon oil makes a great finishing polish.
Scuffs and Scratches

If you have scuffs and scratches, use baking soda and water to form a paste. With a sponge, work the mixture in a circular motion over the scuffs or scratches, and rinse with water. In addition, many porcelain sinks for kitchen use suffer scuffs and metal marks from pots, pans and utensils. A product called Naval Jelly, which is sold at most hardware stores, effectively removes metal scratches and rust stains.

Baking soda is great for removing scratches and scuffs
What to avoid
  • Abrasive cleansers
  • Steel wool or coarse scrubbing powders
Daily upkeep will keep white porcelain sinks glossy and beautiful for decades to come.
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