Regular basic cleaning
You should give your stainless steel sink a basic clean with a suitable polishing agent every 3 to 4 weeks. One exception is stainless steel sinks in Durinox, satin matt finish, natural finish or a linen look. As these materials are more delicate, you should avoid using polishing agents on them.
The following applies to all stainless steel versions: the polish seals the surface, so that less limescale can form. In addition, your sink becomes less susceptible to unsightly fingerprints. If cleaned regularly, a protective layer will form over time, making scratches disappear and increasing the shine.
All good reasons for using a bit of polish every now and then! We recommend BLANCO Polish. This substance seals the surface of your sink, causing water to run off it more easily. The result: less limescale adheres to it and your sink maintains a lasting even shine!
How to polish it properly: Squeeze some polish onto the soft side of a sponge and apply it along the direction of brushing of your stainless steel surfaces. At the end, rinse the surfaces down with clean water and rub them dry with a microfibre cloth. Be extra careful when doing so, as overdoing it in one spot can make it shinier than the rest of the sink. This can take away from the overall visual impact.