We've hand-picked these items because they are a great choice alongside the Clearwater Belfast Brushed Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink & Waste - 600 x 465mm
- Stunning brushed stainless steel Belfast sink with apron front
- Based on the classic ceramic Belfast design with a 21st century twist
- Made from 1.2mm guage stainless steel
- Includes waste kit
- Capacious single bowl design - plenty of space for washing those dishes
- Treated with a sound absorbing thermal paint on the underside to reduce noise and increase durability
- Totally non-porous surface that is easy to keep clean and hygienic - see below for more detailed cleaning instructions
- 20 year guarantee
- Depth - 465mm
- Height - 229mm
- Width - 600mm
Care and Cleaning
Bleach and chlorides are found in almost all cleaning solutions but, if left on your stainless steel sink for long periods can be damaging. However, they are water soluble if you rinse away thoroughly after each use. A weekly clean with a stainless steel cleaner is all that is needed to keep your sink bright and shiny.
Unlike granite and ceramic sinks, stainless steel sinks are not scratch resistant. Like most metallic finishes, it will accrue scratches over time. These are simply usage marks and are completely normal. Over time these will blend into the overall finish of the sink.
The quality of your water can affect the appearance of your sink. Water with a high iron content can leave brown, rust-like staining on the sink. Remove mineral deposits and limescale by soaking in a solution of 3 parts hot water to 1 part white vinegar. Always rinse with clean water afterwards and dry with a soft cloth to prevent further limescale build-up.
It's not advisable to use plastic washing up bowls in your stainless steel sink as they tend to pick up grit particles on the bottom which can act like sandpaper leaving an area of concentrated scratches. Try using a rubber-bottomed wire basket instead. These are available with most models of Clearwater stainless steel sink.
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|Stainless Steel Kitchen Sinks
All of our brand partners and manufacturers offer a warranty as standard. Please note that these guarantees are provided by the manufacturer, and will be subject to individual terms and conditions, for example avoiding abrasive bleach-based cleaning products.
If you need further info about a specific manufacturer's guarantee, please contact our team.
|Number Of Drainers
|Number of Bowls
|Stainless Steel Thickness
|Includes Waste Kit, Suitable for Waste Disposers
|Drilled HolesMore information
|No Tap Holes
This tells you how many holes there are on the sink to mount your kitchen tap.
For sinks with a reversible drainer (one that can be on the left or right) the pre-drilled or pre-scored tap holes will be on both sides of the sink.
For sinks with a handed drainer, the pre-drilled or pre-scored tap holes will only be on one side of the sink.
|Brushed Stainless Steel
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