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Stirling Habas Stainless Steel Sink Prep Bowl Top Mounted - 480 x 480mm x160mm

Excludes Waste & Trap
R 749.90

•Size 480 x 480mm mounted

•Stainless Steel 18/10  ISO 304 – stainless steel valves

•Bowls not polished - natural finish

•Stainless steel thickness 0,70 mm

•Hand worked manufacturing – High tech

Excludes waste and trap

Cleaning and maintenance of stainless steel products

Cleaning your stainless steel sink unit

For everyday maintenance, we advise using clean water only, although you can add a mild soap. To remove coffee, tea and fat deposits you should only use a liquid cleaning agent that does not contain bleach or corrosive substances. If you use a scouring pad you should scour in the same direction as the surface polish. This should not be a habitual cleaning method. Use a cleaning care product for stainless steel.

Preventing damage: dents and scratches

The sink unit is used on a daily basis, which makes light surface dents and scratches unavoidable. The sink unit may become damaged if it is treated too roughly. Therefore, you should always be careful when placing objects on the unit or in the draining section. Damage can also be minimized by making sure that objects do not rub against the surface.

Avoid heat

Never place hot pans on the draining section or in the sink. Always use a pan protector in or on the sink unit.

Stains caused by chemical substances

The quality of the sink unit will be damaged if it is exposed to harsh chemicals. If the surface is exposed to harsh chemicals for a long period of time an oxidization process may occur, which will cause the stainless steel to rust. The sink unit is manufactured from grade 304 stainless steel.
This means that the sink unit is not resistant to acid and is only suitable for household use. You are advised to prevent the sink unit from coming into contact with the following chemicals: S-39 solder flux, paint stripping agents, brush cleaners, metal shavings, agents for removing the grouting between tiles and paving, agents for unblocking drains, silver cleaner (blue liquid) and adhesives.
Should the sink unit come into contact with one of the above-mentioned chemicals, the following action should be taken:
• Rinse the affected surface immediately using plenty of water;
• Rub the affected surface dry;
• Treat the resulting stains with Inox Care;
• If a rust spot develops the surface should be treated with a liquid scouring agent, a hard brush or with Scotch Brite. Scotch Brite is an artificial scouring sponge that is also used alternatively during the worktop manufacturing process.

Not recommended

• Never cut directly on a worktop: this will cause irreparable scratches. Always use a chopping board.
• Never cut into the joints or seams. Never remove the sealant from the seams around the sink unit or hotplate.
• Never slide hard materials such as chinaware back and forth over a worktop.

For maintenance of your Stirling kitchen unit or worktop, we advise you to use a high-quality stainless steel Care product regularly.