C-Tech Sinks Are
Clean your C-Tech-I stainless sink when it becomes noticeably dull or dirty. Using these simplest cleaning procedure will effectively "do the job".
- The best friend of stainless steel is clean water or a mild detergent solution, applied with a soft cloth or sponge, rinsed well and wiped dry.
- Routine cleaning will retain both the corrosion resistance and appearance of stainless steel through years of exposure and use.
- Disinfecting: Occasionally wipe surface with diluted household bleach (1 part water /1 part bleach).
- Maintenance: Occasionally clean by filling the sink one-quarter full with a 50/50 water/bleach solution. Let soak for 15 minutes, then wash sides and bottom as solution drains and thoroughly rinse.
Cleaning Do’s & Don’ts
--- DO ---
- Rinse your sink after each use. Thorough rinsing can be done by running the water for a few minutes and rubbing the cleaned area with a sponge.
- Towel dry after each use to prevent mineral deposits from building up on the surface of the sink.
- Run cold water when pouring boiling water into sinks to minimize temperature shock.
-- DON’T ---
- Do not expose your sink to strong chemicals, such as paint removers, oven cleaners, etc. If contact occurs, quickly flush the surface with water.
- Do not use coarse abrasive powders.
- Do not use metallic scourers or brushes with metal bristles.
- Do not allow liquid soap or other household cleansers to dry on the surface of the sink. Most brands contain chemical additives, which may affect the finish.
- Do not allow food, beverage residue, or metal canned products to remain on sink surface.
- Do not leave wet sponges, cloths, or cleaning pads on the sink. This can lead to surface rust.