Care & Maintenance
In order to extend the service life of the sink, customers should pay attention to the correct use and maintenance of the sink after purchasing the sink. The suggestions are as follows:
To maintain the beautiful luster of the stainless steel, Leafloat recommends cleaning your sink once a week using water and a mild liquid soap detergent (ammonia-free). Apply the cleaner with a soft sponge, thoroughly rinse with lukewarm water, and pat dry with a microfiber cleaning cloth.
Hard Water Solutions & Deep Cleaning
If hard water deposits build up over time, we recommend using vinegar to neutralize the minerals and remove the deposits. Use a soft dishcloth saturated with vinegar to gently rub the sink surface, then rinse with water and towel dry.
Maximum Surface Protection
Leafloat stainless steel bottom grids are designed to protect the finish on the bottom of the sink bowl. These grids are included with most Leafloat stainless steel sink models. If you need a replacement grid, our customer service team will be happy to help! E firstname.lastname@example.org
Surface scratches resulting from normal use are common in stainless steel sinks. Over time, with proper cleaning, they will fade away and blend into the overall finish of your sink. Most minor scratches can be softened with a fine (white) 3M Scotch Brite pad, or 3M Scotch Brite Natural Fiber Non-Scratch Scour Pad, accompanied by a deep cleansing agent such as Bar Keepers Friend.
Things To Avoid
• DO NOT use cleaners containing any abrasive powders, bleach, ammonia, alcohol, or chlorine
• DO NOT use any abrasive pads, steel wool, or wire brushes when cleaning the sink (use non-scratch cleaning pads ONLY)
• DO NOT use cleaners containing chloride or chlorine. If these ingredients come in contact with the sink, minimize any potential damage by rinsing the sink surface immediately to prevent corrosion and permanent damage.
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