The various stones used have been chosen for their strong concentration of fossils and as they are purely natural product, there will also be the presence of different variations of veins, colors and shades, as well as micro cracks and small holes. This gives each piece the characteristic of being truly unique.
Do not place the product outdoors or in direct exposure to sun light.
The product can be cleaned with warm water, a mild soap and a clean soft cloth.
It is not required to use any abrasive cleaning pads, wire wool or micro-fibre cloths to clean the product. Avoid a vigorous cleaning action.
Abrasive or strong cleaning products containing ammonia, bleaches, alcohol, dyes, acids (hydrochloric, formic, phosphorus, chlorine or acetic) will be detrimental to the product finish.
Do not use strong cleaners (such as Harpic, etc.) on Wash Basins.
If using a spray cleaner, apply the cleaning agent onto the soft cloth, never directly spray onto the product as the cleaner may enter gaps and openings and cause damage.
Residues of toiletries such as liquid soaps, shower gels, shampoos, hair dyes, perfumes, lipstick, after shave and nail varnish can also cause damage if not wiped up right away, this can allow the acids to react and eat away at the calcium carbonate in the stone, creating permanent markings.
If a specialized cleaner is required, always follow the instructions provided on the cleaning product, this would include application and dosage.
Always test the cleaning agent on an inconspicuous area before applying to the whole surface, do not allow the cleaner to remain on the product for a period of time.
After cleaning, rinse thoroughly with clean water.
Ensure that specialized cleaners are only applied to the specific area and do not come into contact with other materials that could be affected by it.
We would not recommend the mixing of different cleaning agents.
After cleaning, dry with a soft cloth.