A stainless-steel sink is classic and timeless. It integrates beautifully in any type of kitchen design and kitchen worktop. Stainless steel is durable and easy to care for, and sink accessories made of stainless steel, such as colanders, are dishwasher safe. Stainless steel sinks are available in different methods of installation from which to choose the right sink to fit your preferences and the kitchen worktop material of your choice!
S/S – two material options
S/S – three types of finishes
S/S – Food-safe
S/S – strong, durable and easy to care for
Stainless steel is naturally resistant to ordinary acids and stains, such as coffee, tea, fruits and vegetables. As long as you remember to take regular care of your stainless-steel product, it can be used for decades to come.
Stainless steel does not rust in normal use. However, you may notice a couple of tiny, reddish marks on the sink surface. These are due to other things that may rust, such as utensils or other, non-protected steel products. These spots and other similar blemishes should be removed from the sink immediately upon noticing them.
Stainless-steel sinks are bound to get scratched at some point in normal use. These “scratches” are especially visible in a new sink but in time, as there will be more markings of use, they will become a part of the sinks normal surface.
Stainless steel in short: