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General Care and Cleaning
Clean glass sinks regularly to avoid mineral or bacteria buildup. Don’t forget to clean the outside of the sink as well! Spots or fingerprints can be cleaned by using a standard glass cleaner. If a glass cleaner is not available, a mixture of vinegar and water will also work. Use a non-abrasive cloth to wipe the sink clean and rinse well. Abrasive cleaners or scouring pads may scratch the glass. Take care when cleaning the exterior of a glass sink as it might have a foil or printed application that could be damaged by scrubbing.
Extremely hot water may cause the sink to crack or shatter. As a general rule, if the water is too hot to the touch, then it is too hot to be in a glass sink.
Wipe the sink dry after each use to avoid spots, especially if you have hard water. Water spots caused by hard water can create mineral stains that cannot be removed.
Do not store heavy or sharp objects above glass sinks. If they fall, they can scratch or shatter the sink. A chipped or cracked glass sink cannot be repaired.
Glass is 'frosted' by exposing it to hydrofluoric acid which pits the glass, giving it the frosted look. Wearing latex gloves during cleaning will avoid leaving fingerprints while you clean. Spray the surface with an ammonia-based glass cleaner. Using paper towels, newspaper or an abrasive sponge, wipe the frosted glass sink in a circular motion. Don’t be afraid to scrub since frosted glass is much tougher than "normal" glass due to the chemical process it underwent to achieve the frosted surface.