Caring for your Stonebath
Matte white surfaces
For everyday cleaning we recommend using Jif or another cream cleanser.
Do not use bleach or ammonia to clean baths.
Products to avoid near stone baths and basins are hair dye, bath crayons, hair chalk, tanning products, nail polish or nail polish remover.
If contact occurs, rinse immediately. Do not place hot items on any stone products.
Rinse after each use to prevent mineral and soap accumulation.
Wipe clean and dry with a clean soft cloth. Use a cleaning product such as Jif, and a soft cloth.
Re-seal the surface with a car wax twice a year to keep the natural shine.
While our stone products are durable, sometimes accidents happen. For damage that cannot be sanded, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
It may be possible to polish very fine scratches and light stains away without using abrasive papers, scrubbing gently with a soft brush or plastic pad (not metal scouring) and a mild abrasive cream cleaner.
Afterwards scrub off with fresh water and re-polish.
- Clean the surface with water, making sure no dust remains.
- Use 800 sandpaper to polish the surface in focus with water to gain a smooth surface and matte finish.
- Wipe up the water with clean and dry cloth.
- Clean the surface with water and make sure there is no dust remaining.
- Use 800 sandpaper to polish the surface in focus with water
- Use 1500 sandpaper to polish the surface with water to get a smooth surface.
- Use 2000 sandpaper to polish the surface with water to get a smoother surface.
- Wipe up the water with a clean, dry cloth.
- Polish with G3 wax or similar.
- Wipe up the remaining wax with a clean, dry cloth