Care and Cleaning

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We recommend you use warm water and a soft, clean cloth, sponge, or Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser®. You can also use a non-abrasive liquid cleaner and detergent.

To remove hard water, calcium and lime use white vinegar on a paper towel and rinse after 20 minutes. To restore luster and extend time between cleanings Weiman® Granite Cleaner & Polish is recommended. If you encounter staining liquids, such as dyes and vegetable juices, rinse off as soon as possible.

DO NOT use abrasive cleaners, metal-scouring pads and bleach or alkali cleaners, such as ammonia.

Clean your Swanstone sink by using abrasive cleaners or other similar products. Use of a nylon scouring pad or Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser® is also recommended. Food-based stains can be removed using a 50-50 mix of bleach and water solution and soaking for 15 minutes. For rust or other mineral stains, rust-removing products are acceptable. To restore luster or extend time between cleanings. Weiman® Granite Cleaner & Polish is recommended.

Do not use metal-scouring pad.

Regular cleaning of your Swan Stainless Steel sink is important to maintain its appearance. It’s important to thoroughly rinse with water after each use and towel dry to prevent soap and/or mineral deposits from building up on the surface of the sink. Use only a mild liquid dish washing detergent and a soft sponge to clean the sink. For weekly cleaning, we recommend using stainless steel cleaner and polisher that does not contain a coarse abrasive.

Do not allow standing water in the sink; it causes a buildup of mineral deposit, which can affect the appearance of your sink. Any stubborn stains should be removed by scrubbing in the direction of the grain with a mild abrasive cleaner.

Always rinse the sink after using any cleanser and wipe it dry. Mineral deposits can be removed using a mild solution of vinegar and water, followed by a thorough rinsing with water. Remove any scratches with a cleaning pad and cleaning agent, rubbing in the direction of the grain.

Cleaning regularly with common household liquid cleaners is recommended. If necessary, abrasive liquids or detergents are safe and effective for use with nylon scouring pads, sponges, Mr. Clean® Magic Eraser® or other similar products. Mineral-stain removers are acceptable as well.

Do not use metal scouring pads.

Clean regularly with common household liquid cleaners and a sponge or soft cloth. For hard water stains, scale removers can be used. If necessary, abrasive cleaners can be used with a nylon brush or pad to remove build up on the shower floor surface.

Do not use a metal scouring pad or a wire brush, as it will damage the surface.

Do not use “leave-on” cleaning products, such as automatic spray shower cleaners.

Do not use cleaning agents that caution use on acrylic, polyester or plastics.

Prolonged contact with harsh chemicals could have an adverse reaction over time and discolor surfaces.

Clean regularly with common household liquid cleaners and a sponge or soft cloth. For hard water stains, scale removers can be used. To protect finish, fiberglass wax or automotive paste wax can be applied.

Do not use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads.

Do not use “leave-on” cleaning products, such as automatic spray shower cleaners.

Do not use cleaning agents that caution use on acrylic, polyester or plastics.

Prolonged contact with harsh chemicals could have an adverse reaction over time and discolor surfaces.

Clean regularly with common household liquid cleaners and a sponge or soft cloth. For hard water stains, scale removers can be used. To protect finish, fiberglass wax or automotive paste wax can be applied.

Do not use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads.

Do not use “leave-on” cleaning products, such as automatic spray shower cleaners.

Do not use cleaning agents that caution use on acrylic, polyester or plastics.

Prolonged contact with harsh chemicals could have an adverse reaction over time and discolor surfaces.

We recommend cleaning regularly with common household liquid cleaners and rinse within five minutes of application. Occasional scrubbing with non-bleach and non-abrasive cleaners ensures that the original luster will be maintained.

Do not use “leave on” cleaning products, such as automatic spray shower cleaners.

Do not use cleaning agents that caution use on acrylic, polyester or plastics.

Do not allow liquid soap or other household cleaners to dry on the shower walls. Most brands contain chemical additives which will affect the surface finish.

Prolonged contact with harsh chemicals could have an adverse reaction over time and discolor surfaces.

Clean regularly with common household liquid cleaners and a sponge or soft cloth. For hard water stains, scale removers can be used.

Do not use abrasive cleaners or metal scouring pads.