Product Care Instructions
VANITY UNIT AND CABINETS
Keeping your vanity unit, cabinets and shelves clean will help preserve them over the long term, and keep them looking fantastic. Follow the tips below to clean your cabinets and vanities:
- Wipe cabinets with an all-purpose cleaning wipe or diluted vinegar/ baking soda. Dry thoroughly with a clean cloth. Only use a soft cloth and a weak solution of a non-abrasive cleaner. A moist micro fibre cloth will give the best results. Avoid sharp objects and keep heat and hot.
- Try making a paste consisting of 2 tablespoons of white vinegar and ¼ of a cup or baking soda. Let the mixture set into the stain, then wipe clean.
- Avoid using abrasive cleaning pads, as they could scratch the cabinet's surface.
- For scuffs on lower cabinets, use a soft eraser to remove marks.
- Note: Cabinets should be installed at least 300mm away from showers or bathtubs to avoid water.
For everyday, routine cleaning, simply wipe the surface with a damp cloth and warm soapy water, a mild detergent, or a quality spray to maintain its lustre. Thoroughly dry with a soft cloth or paper towel. For consistent shine, wipe countertops in a broad circular motion.
- Clean with product
- Rinse with damp paper towel, cloth or sponge
- Dry with paper towel
- Don’t use abrasive sponges on your surfaces, and avoid using the following directly on your surface: dangerous chemicals and cleaners, high heat and sharp objects
If you’re looking to use environmentally-safe cleaners on your Caesarstone countertops, you can use a combination of 50/50 vinegar and water.
Use a clean soft cloth and mild detergent to wash down your basin. This will remove the majority of dirt, debris and even certain stains. Rinse thoroughly with clear water. A paste of baking soda and water will remove tough stains from your basin. It is recommended to periodically clean the surface with a mild non-abrasive cleanser to maintain a uniform appearance.
A regular bathtub cleaning routine can turn a semi-annual one-hour job into a quick and simple 10-minute job every month. Removing soap scum from your tub will also help your grout and glass stay cleaner for longer.
Cleaning your bathtub step by step:
- Wet the entire surface of the bathtub
- Sprinkle baking soda over the bottom of the bathtub
- Make a paste of baking soda and water (1/2 cup baking soda and 1-2 tablespoons water)
- Use a cloth to apply paste to the dirt ring around the bathtub, sit for 10 minutes.
- Spray the entire tub with vinegar
- Use a cloth to scrub away the dirt, working in a circular motion to remove the stubborn stains, use an old toothbrush to get into hard spots
- Rinse tub, and use a clean cloth to wipe over
- Fill up a bucket with hot water, and pour the water all over the tub
Make sure that the bathroom where the mirror is installed is well-ventilated to avoid condensation that can run and pool at the edge of your mirror.
Keep your mirrors dry to prevent moisture from eventually damaging the edges, paint, etc. For best results wipe your mirrors with a slightly moist micro fibre cloth and then dry with a dry microfiber cloth to leave a streak free finish. Do not use cleaners that contain ammonia, chlorine bleach, or any strong chemicals.
Clean regularly using mild soap and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners or materials (e.g., steel wool), harsh detergents or citrus-based cleaners on any tapware products as these may cause scratching or damage to your finishes.