MoSER sinks and faucets are crafted from the highest quality heavy-gauge, type 304 18/10 stainless steel. 18/10 represents the metallurgic construction of the stainless steel: 18% chromium for greater reflection and shine; and 10% nickel for strength and resistance to corrosion. Although this combination makes stainless steel one of the most durable surface material, it can nonetheless be damaged if proper care and maintenance is not respected.
Recommendations for ongoing care and maintenance of your MoSER stainless steel sink and faucet are listed below.
- Simple attention to your sink’s appearance on a daily basis is often the key to longer lasting beauty. Begin by cleaning your sink after each use with a soapy sponge or cloth, then rinse thoroughly with warm water and dry with a towel using a dabbing motion. This will eliminate water spots and streaks, which occur if water drops are left to dry in the sink. Remember that most soaps, cleaners and detergents contain chlorides, which, if not removed, may cause pitting, and stains on the stainless steel surface.
- Your faucet should be cleaned, wiped and towel dried every day to minimize water spots and streaks. Your stainless steel sink and faucet are easy to keep clean and simple everyday maintenance, as outlined above, will ensure its long lasting beauty.
- The best method of “preventive maintenance” is to ensure that the sink is clean, dry and exposed to room atmosphere when not in use.
- Many detergents and soaps used for washing dishes may not be thoroughly effective in removing all residues present on the sink surface. The best result can be obtained by direct application of a cleaning product specifically formulated for stainless steel sinks. Be careful that some stainless steel cleaning products are mildly abrasive and should be used only after carefully reading the manufacturers instructions.
- Anytime the sink or faucet is cleaned the final step is to give it a thorough rinse and then wipe the surface dry.