how to remove tough stains on stone sinks
Stone sink elegant and durable, expensive-
But they will last a lifetime with proper care and cleanliness.
Since the stone is naturally porous, certain items--
Food, drinks and cooking oil-
Will penetrate into the pores of the stone, leaving ugly stains.
General cleaning usually does not remove these hard stains.
Instead, you have to make a plaster that is safe for all natural stones and pull the stain out of the pores. ContainerAll-
Purpose to fill a container with 1 cup and a container with 1 cuppurpose flour.
Pour 2 tablespoons slowly.
Add 3% hydrogen peroxide to the flour.
Mix the contents together with a spoon. Add 1 tsp.
Warm water of the mixture.
Stir the content together.
Continue with 1 teaspoon
Warm water once until the mixture reaches the consistency of peanut butter.
Scoop some mixture with plastic spatula.
Lay a mixture of 1/4 thick on the stain.
Disperse the mixture a few inches from a hard stain.
Place a piece of plastic wrap on the mixture and fix the edges with tape.
Let the plaster be placed on the stone sink for 24 hours.
Remove the plastic wrap and discard it.
If the plaster is still wet, replace the plastic wrap and dry it completely before proceeding.
Wipe the plaster off the stone sink with a sponge soaked in cold water.
Keep rubbing until you remove all traces of plaster.
Wipe the stone sink with a cloth stained with warm soapy water.
Rinse with cold water and dry with a towel.
Repeat the process until you remove hard stains from the stone sink.
Do not use high abrasive cleaning agent, metal cleaning pad or ammonia on the stone trough.
These things will darken your sink.
If you are not sure how the plaster will react to your stone sink, test a small amount of the plaster in an inconspicuous place in the sink.
Please stop using if damage or discoloration occurs.