Due to its structure, the carefully treated and smooth surface of the sink practically prevents dirt from sticking at all. It is also possible for water to easily slip off the surface, which makes it easier to clean and maintain the sink.
However, when cutting vegetables, peeling fruit, washing dishes, and performing daily kitchen tasks, stains cannot be avoided.
Most stains and dirt can be removed with mild liquid non-abrasive household cleaners or ammonia-based cleaners. Heavier stains are removed with a fine polishing agent, the remains of limescale are removed with 9% acetic acid (edible vinegar). We recommend Alveus Allshine cleaner and polishing paste.
ATTENTION! Chlorine detergents (soda hypochlorite) or hydrochloric acids as well as exposure to strong chemicals (varnish removers, oven cleaners, concentrated acids, lye, and similar) can damage the sink finish. Should the contact occur, rinse quickly the surface with water. We recommend the use of appropriate chopping boards.