How to clean granite composite sink

How to clean granite composite sink. Granite is a fantastic material for busy kitchens, but you don’t have to break the bank to enjoy its practical qualities.

A synthetic granite composite offers all of the wonderful aesthetics of authentic granite without weighing you down.

As with any investment, it pays to know about your materials, so we’ve put together some tips on cleaning and maintenance for your new kitchen fixture.

How to clean granite composite sink

how to clean granite composite sink

If your sink is not soiled, for standard cleaning you can use a non-abrasive cleaner like Bar Keepers Friend, Soft Scrub/Soft Scrub with Bleach, or regular dish soap.

If minor stains or water spots are present, apply any of the above cleaners directly to the marks and wipe them away while they’re still wet.

Entirely clean and dry the surface afterward to prevent any soap film build-up which could otherwise harbor dirt and make future cleaning more difficult.

Let’s clean the sink

A sink is a basin that sits under your kitchen or bathroom sink. In some cases, it’s a standalone fixture.

This is the perfect place to start any cleaning regime, but you first need to know what steps to take before you start scrubbing.

Remove everything from inside and around your sink. Remove all food particles, stains, grime, and grease from your dirty dishes as well as the racks under your sink and even the faucet.

Let everything dry off in the open air so that moisture doesn’t accumulate inside anything where it can breed bacteria.

Make use of hot water and mild soap

make use of hot water and mild soap

It’s important not to try wiping down some stains on your own because you could end up making the problem worse.

First, you should rinse off any stuck-on food or debris by using a little bit of detergent, followed by hot water.

Once it’s all gone, take a wet soft cloth and wipe down the entire sink.

Then get another cloth and dry out the sink thoroughly so there’s no excess moisture left in it that can cause mold or mildew to grow.

Use Baking Soda

If your sink looks grimy, don’t worry. Just sprinkle baking powder on it. Spread the powder around thoroughly and then brush it off while you rinse the sink out with warm water.

Apply White Vinegar

apply white vinegar

After all the surfaces have been cleaned thoroughly, apply a vinegar

solution to combine with the washing powder and leave it on for a few minutes before rinsing it off thoroughly.

Clean the sink

clean the sink

After the vinegar has settled, use a soft bristle brush or sponge to scrub the mixture.

Scrub all the dirt and stains away.

Once you are sure that every surface is free of any stubborn debris, read on.

Rinse well with warm water

When you’ve removed all dirt and stains, rinse the sink with warm water until all of the ingredients have been removed.

Dry out the sink

In case there is water left in the sink after rinsing, we recommend using paper towels or a clean dry cloth to wipe it away.

Shine it up with mineral oil

After your sink has dried, you may want to look out for a high-quality stone oil that will give it the shine of natural granite once more.

Some good brands on the market include LOOP PURE Stone Oil and Effetto Marble which produce high-quality marble and granite oils that restore the natural luster of your sink with very little effort involved.

We recommend one gets a damp cloth or sponge with your oil choice, wipe it calmly over the entire surface before letting it sit for about a minute.

Wipe off any remaining oil applied with a new microfiber towel – don’t use anything abrasive as it will remove waxy coatings on your sink.

Although this is usually quite safe to do, do not clean Blanco granite composite sinks with anything other than neutral cleaners in a bid to avoid damage to an almost indestructible material used in these types of counters.

How to clean granite composite sink

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