ROUTINE CARE FOR STONE BATHS & BASINS
Stone products, like any other, demand regular care to maintain their pristine condition. Follow these instructions for minimal yet effective care:
After each use, it is essential to rinse the surface with a clean cloth and water or soapy water, followed by drying the bath surface using a clean, dry cloth or towel. This routine is vital to prevent the buildup of mineral or soap scum on the stone bath surface, preserving its appearance and preventing potential discoloration.
Use a soft, damp cloth to remove dust or dry dirt.
Address more stubborn stains by using a clean cloth and a mild abrasive cream cleanser such as Jif. Be diligent in removing all residue by thoroughly rinsing the surface. Wipe the entire surface completely dry afterward. If the issue persists, repeat these steps, applying more pressure if necessary.
Refrain from using razor blades or any sharp objects that may scratch the surface.
Avoid the use of harsh chemicals, such as solvents, hydrochloric acid, sodium hydroxide, paint thinner, chloride solvents, and strong acid-based products, as they can cause permanent damage to the finish.
Steer clear of bath products containing natural or artificial dyes. Test new products in an inconspicuous area before use. We do not recommend using bath bombs or any type of salts in your bathtub.
Empty the bathwater after each use and avoid leaving the bath full, as this can lead to a buildup on the surface. Rinse and dry with a towel after every use.
Improper use may damage the bath and void the warranty.