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General Care and Cleaning
Clean porcelain daily with non-abrasive cleaners and a soft sponge. Clean spills and splatters as they happen to ensure your porcelain isn’t compromised. Letting soap or toothpaste dry on the sink or hardware can stain the finish.
To sanitize, you can use a mild chlorine bleach cleaner like Soft Scrub® with a gentle sponge. Rinse immediately and dry. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions. You can also let the sink soak in a bleach solution (about 1pt bleach/3pts water) for a half hour to an hour, drain, rinse well and dry.
For superficial scuff marks (gray lines in the surface; more commonly found in the kitchen), try a paste of baking soda and water with a gentle sponge. Rinse thoroughly and dry. A polishing cleanser will remove stains without scratching. Be sure to follow manufacturer’s instructions.
Porcelain is very strong, but dropping heavy objects on it can chip the surface of the sink. Even the smallest chip will leave the surface rough and susceptible to stains and germs. Be sure to keep the area clean and dry. For repairs consult your local plumber.
To bring life back to your porcelain sink, pour some vinegar straight from the bottle into the sink bowl. Use a nylon brush to give it a good scrub. This will leave your sink looking shiny and new. Remember to rinse well so the smell doesn’t linger.