Why a Granite Sink
The best hard composite sinks typically contain 80% natural granite and feature the touch and feel of natural stone. Unlike cast iron and soft composite materials, granite sinks combine the best performing ingredients to produce kitchen granite sinks that are durable, stain resistant, easy to clean, and available in a collection of dynamic designs and colors.
Think about these features when looking for a granite sink:
The non-porous design resists most household stains, including coffee, tea, mustard, beet juice, red wine and hair dyes.
Unaffected by extreme changes between hot and cold, and heat resistant to 536° F.
Hard, resilient surface is highly resistant to chipping and scratching.
Moldable into an unusual variety of striking designs and functional features including
unique angles, large capacity and extra deep bowls.
Pigments provide color throughout the sink, not just on the surface.
Maintaining your granite sink is easy. Daily cleaning may be done with any non-abrasive cleaner and a scrub pad such as Scotch Brite. Just rinse and wipe the sink with a soft cloth after each use to eliminate water spots or soap film build-up. Normal stains can be
easily removed with a soft scouring pad and a non-abrasive cleaner. More stubborn stains will come off with a bleach/water solution, baking soda or vinegar.
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