Blanco Etagon 500-U 1 Bowl Undermount Ceramic Kitchen Sink & Waste - 540 x 456mm
Typically found in more traditional kitchens, ceramic kitchen sinks are robust, efficient and charming, making them the perfect fit for busy family kitchens. Here is a breakdown of everything you need to know about Blanco's range of ceramic sinks.
Benefits of Blanco Ceramic Sinks:
Due to its strong qualities, ceramic sinks will not be stained or discoloured by various food & drink items and will not fade in sunlight. The best way to clean a ceramic sink is to wipe it with a soft cloth and washing up liquid, and rinse with clean water and a microfibre cloth. Avoid aggressive cleaners as these may damage the surface of your sink.
One of the most popular finishes for kitchen sinks are stainless steel sinks. They are resistant to stains and rust and have a sleek, shiny finish. Here are some of the properties of these kind of sinks and how to look after them.
Benefits of Blanco's Stainless Steel Sinks:
Stainless steel is impervious and will not discolour if exposed to various food and drink substances. Looking after these kind of sinks is easy - you should regularly wipe the sink with a mild cleaner and a soft cloth then dry thoroughly, which will also help to maintain the shine. You should also avoid using harsh cleaners and steel wool as this could scratch the sink.
Modern and tough, the Silgranit sinks are made from 80% granite stone, giving them a stone-like feel which provides resilience as well as style. These sinks have a Hygiene+Plus protective shield which reduces bacterial growth by 98%, thus are great for kitchens that are always on the go.
Benefits of Blanco's Silgranit Sinks:
Silgranit is highly resistant so will not discolour easily. They also require little maintenance - you simply need to use a mild cleaner and soft cloth regularly and dry the sink to keep it looking tip top. As with the other sink finishes, you should avoid harsh cleaners and steel wool as this could scratch the sink.