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Product Care

The materials used in our products have been carefully chosen to comply with North America Plumbing Standards.  Treated with care, the products will ensure many years of service.


In order to preserve appearance with minimum effort, we offer the following advice. These recommendations are intended to assist you, our customer. They are based on our experience and judgment but must not be regarded as amounting to a legal warranty or liability on our part.

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Soap Dispenser Care

Soap Dispenser Care

Many times the pump itself or the end of the nozzle can get clogged with hard soap particles, dirt or other buildup. Following some simple steps, can get your soap dispenser working property.

  • Check the tube that is connected to the pump lever the part that pushes down on for the soap to be dispensed) to be sure that the tubing is cleared of any debris. Look to see if there are any hard particles or buildup within the tube. 

  • ​Check the tube that is connected to the pump lever (the part you push down on for the soap to be dispensed) to be sure that the tubing is cleared of any debris. Look to see if there are any hard particles or buildup within the tube. 

  • Turn the tube upside down so that the pump part is upside down and the opening of the tube is toward the ceiling. Run the tube under hot water for 2 to 3 minutes, allowing any buildup inside the tube to be flushed out. Also run the pump dispenser (where the soap comes out) under the hot water as well. 

  • Place the small pipe cleaner inside the tube and run it in both a circular motion and up and down several times within the tube to help clean it out. Also take the pipe cleaner into the pump dispenser hole to be sure it is also clear of any debris. 

  • With a sharp object such as a safety pin, gently clean out the tip of the nozzle of all hardened soap. 


Bamboo Board Care

Bamboo Board Care

To clean a bamboo cutting board

  1. Hand wash your board under warm water and scrub it with a spay sponge.

  2. Sanitize or disinfect your board from time to time. Soak a cloth in a solution of half water, half white vinegar, then wipe both sides of the board.

  3. Dry the board in a vertical position.

  4. If you want to get your board back to “looking new” appearance, use bamboo finishing oil.

For best care of your bamboo cutting board, avoid:

  1. Washing your board in the dishwasher

  2. Using hard chemicals, like bleach

  3. Soaking in water

Faucet Care

Faucet Care

Clean the faucet frequently using mild soap or an on-abrasive cleaner and then quickly rinse with water and dry with soft cloth only. Using abrasive cleaners, solvents, acid cleaners or any scrubbing detergent, polisher or scraper will damage the finish and void the warranty.

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Porcelain Sink Care

Porcelain Sink Care

Clean your sink every day to prevent a buildup of soap scum, grease and dirt.

  • Use a wet sponge with liquid dishwashing.

  • Scrub the sink’s surface using a soft non-abrasive cloth or sponge.

  • Wipe the sink dry with a dish towel or other soft cloth to eliminate water stains.

For deep clean cover the sink with paper or cloth towels and pour undiluted bleach. Be sure the area is well ventilated and let the bleach-saturated towels sit for 15 to 30 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with water and wipe dry with a dish towel or other soft cloth.

Composite Granite Sink

Composite Granite Sink Care

Made from 80% Quartz and 20% Acrylic Resin, this special hardened composite is highly stain, scratch, heat and dent resistant, and is also easy to clean and maintain.​

Recommended Regular Cleaning

  1. Clean regularly with hot soapy water and a soft cloth, this is much easier and preferable to the sink finish than infrequent 'heavy' cleaning.

  2. Use a mix of 50% water and white vinegar to remove limescale deposits, ensure to rinse thoroughly after use, do not leave the vinegar in contact with the surface. A nylon sponge or toothbrush can be used in difficult areas. Dry the sink after use to delay future build up.

  3. Always rinse the sink with water after preparing food or cleaning.

Deep Cleaning


It should be noted that if the above advice has been followed then "deep cleaning" should not be necessary.

  1. Wipe dirt with a towel, rinse with lots of hot water.

  2. Use 'Bar keepers friend' cleaning liquid and a stiff nylon brush or nylon scrubbing pad, this is good for removing stubborn stains and silver marks from metal cookware.

  3. Always rinse the sink thoroughly after following any of the above steps.

  4. Once the sink is clean, use a small amount of mineral oil to restore your sink's shine. Pour a few teaspoons of olive oil or mineral oil onto the sink and spread it with a clean cloth.

If these steps did not work 100%, repeat the procedure, as necessary.

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Composite granite sinks are renowned for their durability and aesthetic appeal, but proper cleaning is essential to preserve their beauty and functionality.

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel Sink Care

Stylish® stainless steel sinks are made from premium quality chrome-nickel steel, which offers excellent strength and hardness, is highly resistant to staining, rust and corrosion - plus it won't chip, craze, flake or break.

Discolouration and most marks on stainless steel are caused by water-borne deposits clinging to its surface. They are always the result of an outside source rather than coming from the steel itself.

Please follow these quick tips for daily sink cleaning and care:

Rinse and dry your sink with a clean soft cloth, working with, not across, the grain; to prevent surface spots and lime build up stains caused by the water we use.

Use mild non-abrasive liquid cream cleaners that do not contain chlorine, sodium hypochlorite or hydrochloric acid to help maintain the original appearance of your sink. 

Products like ‘Shiny Sinks’ or ‘Flitz & Bar Keepers Friend’ (available from most major supermarkets) can be used daily. It is helpful to dry the sink thoroughly after cleaning.

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Things To Avoid

Using abrasive sponge pads, wire brushes, metal scrub packs or steel wool as these items will scratch your sink as well as dull the finish.

Leaving salt, vinegar, citric fruit juices, mustard or pickles on the surface for any length of time as they can cause corrosion. Certain foods, when left for prolonged periods, can cause pitting and corrosion. Examples are citric fruit juices, salt, vinegar, mustard, pickles, and mayonnaise Strong acids can damage stainless steel (i.e., photographic developing liquids or denture cleanser). If they come in contact with the sink, they should be washed away immediately with clean water.

Abrasive cleaners such as bleach as these products will dull and tarnish the finish. Bleaches containing hypochlorite will attack stainless steel and cause pitting and staining. Silver dip cleaners contain acids which attack stainless steel and leave a permanent stain.


Defrosting frozen food directly on the surface of your sink as it will discolour the stainless steel. It is recommended to use a plate or pot which is placed in your sink.

Leaving wet sponges or cloths in or on the sink surface for long periods of time as they too may discolour the sinks. Similarly, the use of rubber coated mats may discolour the sink under prolong use.

How To Remove Scratches On A Stainless Steel Sink

The surface scratches which appear on stainless steel sinks rarely have any appreciable depth and will become less noticeable with age. All stainless steel sink will develop a patina with time and will look better a year after installation than during the first few months of use due to the fact that the scratching will have evened out. All sinks manufactured in stainless steel perform in exactly the same way in this respect be the Stylish’s manufacture or by a competitor.

We recommend the use of products like 'Bar Keepers Friend’ (available from most major supermarkets). It is helpful to dry the sink thoroughly after cleaning.

Most stains are a result of water-borne minerals. Such stains are often seen as a rainbow effect and can generally be avoided with the daily care recommendations above. Rust stains are a result of iron particles from an outside source (i.e., water, cookware, etc.) and can be removed with cleaners containing oxalic acid (such as Bar Keepers Friend). Steel wool pads leave tiny particles that will develop into rust spots. Stainless steel is, by itself, metallurgically incapable of rusting.


Never use steel wool to clean your stainless steel sink. Persistent stains, including rust, can be removed with a variety of mild non-abrasive stainless steel cleaners such as 'Autosol Shine' cream, and others. Always rinse thoroughly after using any cleaner, and wipe your sink dry with a clean soft cloth.

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