You do not need any specialty cleaners for marble. Simply use mild soap and warm water daily to keep your marble in great condition! Wipe sudsy water on the counter with a soft cloth or sponge. This will help to remove dirt, but will not heal any etching or stain.

Do not use vinegar, Windex, or bleach on marble surfaces. A single use of these acidic substances can eat into a marble countertop’s surface, and dull the stone.

Do not use abrasive cleaners or pads, as these can scratch the marble.


Surface Cleaning

To clean Micalline surfaces, please use liquid, gel, or foaming cleansers. Examples are: Dow Foaming Bathroom Cleanser, Lysol Basin Tub & Tile, Clean Shower, Greased Lightening, Clorox Clean Up, Fantastik, and Formula 409.

Do not use Comet, Ajax, soft scrub, or any other abrasive cleaner.

Whirlpool System and Components

Clean jet covers and components with any non-chemical or abrasive cleaners.

Clean under jet covers by unscrewing the face plate.

Purge the system once a month by filling tub above jets with warm water, adding 1 cup of Clorox and 1 cup of automatic dishwasher detergent (Cascade), and letting the whirlpool run for approximately 20 minutes, to clean the PVC pipe.

After purging the system, fill the tub above the jets with clean water and run the system for approximately 20 minutes.



Clean everyday by rinsing with mild soap and warm water, then wipe dry. Keeping the sink free of any standing water will prevent buildup of mineral deposits, which can affect the appearance of your stainless steel sink.

To removes stains, use a mild non-abrasive cleanser such as Soft Scrub, gently scrubbing in the direction of the grain. After using any cleaning agent, rinse thoroughly and wipe dry. To clean mineral deposits built up over time, use vinegar and water, followed by rinsing the sink.

Do not use a steel wool or scouring pad as it will damage the inside of the sink and cause discoloration and uneven areas in the bowl finish. Do not use drain cleaning products containing sulfuric or hydrochloric acid, or silver cleaners.


Daily maintenance is the key to keeping your sink in its original condition. Clean your sink with a soapy sponge, and rise thoroughly with warm water, then drying it with a towel or dry cloth.

Do not use coarse cleaners with grit (Ajax), acidic chemicals, alcohol based cleaners, or abrasive cleaning pads.

To clean stains and spots, use a non-abrasive cleaner such as Soft Scrub. As another option, sprinkle baking soda on the rust spot or stain, and scrub with a wet sponge. Let sit for 10 minutes, and then rinse the sink with white vinegar. Rinse the sink and dry with a soft cloth.


Rinse daily with warm water and a non-abrasive scrubber pad or cleaner, such as Soft Scrub. Clean mineral deposits built up over time with a mild solution of vinegar and water, followed by rinsing with water.

Do not use straight bleach, any abrasive cleaning agents or scrub pads, commercial alkalis such as ammonia or caustic solutions, or drain blocking chemicals that involve filling the sink with water

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