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Cleaning Tips
  • Stunning Stone

    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.

    Instructions

    1. Spray the entire sink with a professional stone cleaner.
    2. With a soft sponge, scrub around your entire sink in a circular motion.
    3. Rinse immediately with pure water and dry.

    Supplies Needed

    To achieve the best results, we recommend using DuPont™ StoneTech® Professional Stone & Tile Cleaner.

    Stone Cleaner

    Soft Sponge

    Microfiber Cloth

  • Tough on 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.

    Instructions

    1. Spray a professional stone soap scum remover directly onto soiled areas.
    2. With a soft sponge or nylon brush, scrub around your entire sink in a circular motion.
    3. Rinse immediately with pure water and dry.

    Supplies Needed

    To achieve the best results, we recommend using DuPont™ StoneTech® Professional Soap Scum Remover.

    Stone Soap Scum Remover

    Soft Sponge

    Microfiber Cloth

  • Spruce Up Stone

    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.

    Instructions

    1. On a clean surface, spray the entire sink with a light coat of professional stone polish.
    2. Spread the polish evenly around your sink with a clean, soft cloth.
    3. Buff off polish until desired shine is reached, continue until there is no visible polish left.

    Supplies Needed

    To achieve the best results, we recommend using DuPont™ StoneTech® Professional Polish.

    Professional Stone Polish

    Microfiber Cloth

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