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How to Care for your Acrylic Sink



    How to Care for your Acrylic Sink


    We recommend cleaning acrylic sinks with a powder detergent like Ajax or Comet.

    The special satin gloss finish is improved with powder detergents but all liquid detergents will also prove satisfactory.

    Please be careful when using drain cleaners. Some drain cleaners react relatively violently as one would expect by the very nature of the product and instructions for handling are always precisely given with the product.

    Ensure that the cleaning agent goes down the waste outlet and that it does not sit in the basin.

    Pemberton Acrylic Sinks are heat resistant and will not mark below temperatures of 365°F. This means, in practical terms, that pots in which water for vegetables for example are boiled could be left on your sink indefinitely. However it is always good practice to allow hot items to cool before placing them in any sink.

    Alternatively run some water when putting a hot pot into the basin. By doing this there is no chance of marking your sink, as the hot item is instantly cooled.

    How to Remove Scratches from your Acrylic Sink

    Scratches and small chips can be removed by sanding with a Scotch-Brite® pad for fine scratches and sandpaper for deeper scratches and chips.

    Use a coarse sandpaper to start, finishing off with fine sandpaper and a Scotch-Brite® pad.

    A repair kit is available from the manufacturer if needed for chips that are too deep to be sanded.


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