Swanstone is a strong, durable sink option that is resistant to damage by impact or heat. Working especially well in kitchens, which are areas of the home constantly in use, the sink also accumulates a lot of residue that dulls the polished look of the sink. To keep the Swanstone looking its best, clean it regularly and incorporate a polishing element to keep the natural, attractive appearance of the stone on display.
Things You'll Need
- Baking soda
- Dish soap
- Cleaning rags
- Nylon scouring pad, optional
- Polishing cloth
Moisten a cleaning rag with warm water.
Sprinkle baking soda over the sink and drizzle dish soap over your cleaning rag. Use a nylon scrubbing pad instead of the cleaning rag for heavier buildup.
Scrub down the Swanstone sink, rubbing in small circular motions.
Rinse the entire sink and dry with a clean rag.
Polish the Swanstone with a polishing cloth, buffing in small circular motions to remove any excess moisture and to pull out the natural shine of the stone.
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