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How to clean your sink

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Infographic: How to clean your sink

THE DOS AND DON'TS OF CLEANING YOUR SINK

DO

RINSE SINK THOROUGHLY

Rinse your sink thoroughly after each use. Stainless steel looks best if it's cleaned regularly with plenty of water.

TOWEL DRY YOUR SINK

Towel dry your sink with a dry, soft, absorbent cloth after each use. This prevents mineral deposits in the water from building up on the surface of the sink.

CLEAN SINK ONCE A WEEK

Clean the sink once a week, being sure to rub in the direction of the satin finish lines using an Oliveri recommended cleanser.

USE GLASS CLEANER FOR ADDED SHINE

Wiping over your sink with a glass cleaner is a great way to make your sink shine.

USE STAINLESS STEEL CLEANERS

Stainless steel polishing creams can make existing scratches less noticeable.

DON'T

LEAVE JUICES ON THE SINK

Don't leave fruits or juices on the sink; wipe them up immediately as they contain citric acids which over time can etch the surface.

LEAVE CHEMICALS ON SURFACE

Don't leave chorine/chloride chemicals on stainless steel surfaces as this could damage 
the surface of the sink.

LEAVE SPONGES ON THE SINK

Don't leave bars of soap, wet sponges or cleaning pads on the faucet ledge. Over time, these items will dull and possibly pit the surface of the finish.

STORE CHIEMICALS BENEATH SINK

Don't keep harsh (acids, chlorine, bleaches, etc.) chemicals under sink / laundry tub.

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