Maintenance


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Bathtubs

Maintenance tips

Clean your shower regularly with a non-abrasive cleaner, cream soap or even dish soap. Never use abrasive chemicals, scrapers, metal brushes, or anything else that could scratch the acrylic surface. In case of tough stains, you can scrub with a little baking soda.

To shine and eliminate fine scratches on the surface of acrylic bathtubs and showers, you can polish the surface after cleaning. Use a cream wax or specially designed product from your retailer. You can also use car wax.

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Showers

Maintenance tips

After each use, remove water and soap residue with a rubber squeegee. If you have hard water, spray a 1/3 solution of white vinegar and 2/3 of water before maintenance. Regularly wipe your shower door rail with a dry cloth after showering.

Clean your shower regularly with a non-abrasive cleaner, cream soap or even dish soap. Never use abrasive chemicals, scrapers, metal brushes, or anything else that could scratch the acrylic surfaces and the shower door. In case of tough stains, you can scrub with a little baking soda.

To shine and eliminate fine scratches on the acrylic surface, you can polish the surface after cleaning. Use a cream wax or specially designed product from your retailer. You can also use car wax.

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Sinks

Maintenance tips

Use a non-abrasive cleaner for your stainless steel sink. A solution of water and dish soap or mild vinegar is appropriate. This will eliminate any residue or fat resulting from food preparation or dish washing, without scratching the surface of the sink or the mirror finish above. For tough stains, use a non-abrasive household cleaner. Always read package directions before using a product in the sink.

Every time the sink is cleaned, the final step is to rinse it thoroughly and dry it. Avoid leaving dishes or food in the sink.

Scratches

Like any metal surfaces, your stainless steel sink will get scratched. This is normal wear and over time, they will blend into the finish of your sink. You can reduce the appearance of fine scratches by using a slightly abrasive powder like Cameo®.

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Wash Basins

Maintenance tips

For routine maintenance of a white porcelain sink or basin, use a sponge soaked in water and some mild cleaning product. Clean by scrubbing lightly, rinse and remove water spotting with a microfibre cloth.

For a very dirty sink, plenty of practical techniques exist for you to avoid using abrasive chemicals systematically :

  • For tough stains, clean with a damp sponge and a little baking soda.
  • For possible persistent scratches, use a cloth soaked in a mixture of bleach and baking soda, then rinse thoroughly with a sponge. You can then use a dry cloth to dry your sink and make it shine.

As for limestone stains and scale deposits, they can be neutralized by rubbing them with a sliced lemon or a damp sponge with vinegar water. To improve your cleaning and to keep your installation clean, don't forget to disinfect and deodorize the piping by pouring white vinegar or a solution of bleach and water, for example, in the waste piping once a month and rinse after 5 minutes.

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Vanities

Maintenance tips

For the vanity base, dust regularly with a clean, soft cloth. For maintenance of a sink, use a sponge soaked in water and some mild cleaning product. Clean by scrubbing lightly, rinse and remove water spotting with a microfibre cloth.

  • For tough stains, clean with a damp sponge and some baking soda.
  • For possible persistent scratches in the sink, use a cloth soaked in a mixture of bleach and baking soda, then rinse thoroughly with a sponge. You can then use a dry cloth to dry your sink and make it shine. As for limestone stains and scale deposits, they can be neutralized by rubbing them with a sliced lemon or a damp sponge with vinegar water.

Avoid abrasive chemicals.

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Faucets

Maintenance tips

Let water run before first use. Unscrew the aerator and let water run for approximately 1 minute, then screw it back on. For daily maintenance of the faucet, use a damp soft cloth soaked in water and mild detergent or neutral soap, if necessary. Do not use scouring powder, steel wool or corrosive detergent containing calcium remover, alcohol or abrasive chemicals. Rinse with water and wipe with a clean, dry cloth. To remove calcareous deposits, use a solution of white vinegar diluted in a little water, then rinse with clear water. We recommend that you remove the faucet aerator occasionally and clean it. If the filter has calcareous deposits, clean it in a solution of water and white vinegar. Refer to the maintenance tips provided with the faucet.

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Toilet Seats

Maintenance tips

For maintenance of a toilet seat, use a sponge soaked in water and some mild cleaning product. Clean by scrubbing lightly, rinse and remove water spotting with a microfibre cloth. It is important to never leave water or urine on the seat as this may alter the finish.

For tough stains, scrub with baking soda.

For possible persistent scratches, use a mix of bleach and baking soda and rinse thoroughly with a sponge. It is important to always dry out afterwards.

Avoid using abrasive chemicals.

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Toilets

Maintenance tips

For routine maintenance of a porcelain toilet, use a sponge soaked in water and some mild cleaning product. Clean by scrubbing lightly, rinse and remove water spotting with a microfibre cloth. The inside of the toilet should be scrubbed with a toilet brush and some mild soap.

  • For tough stains, clean with baking soda.
  • For possible persistent scratches, use a mix of bleach and baking soda and rinse thoroughly with a sponge.

As for limestone stains and scale deposits, they can be neutralized by rubbing them with a sliced lemon or a damp sponge with vinegar water.

To improve your cleaning and to keep your installation clean, don't forget to disinfect and deodorize the piping by pouring white vinegar or a solution of bleach and water, for example, in the waste piping once a month and rinse after 5 minutes.

Avoid using abrasive chemicals.

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