Chrome + Corian®
Chrome finishing with elements in DuPont™ Corian®.
Black to White + Corian®
From black to white, the finishings able to evoke the presence of the material in nature, with elements in DuPont™ Corian®.
Matt Luxe + Corian®
Finishings with sought-after shades, embellished with subtle metallic effects and shimmers, with elements in DuPont™ Corian®.
Matt Golden + Corian®
Matt golden finishings, in various shades of yellow gold and English gold, with elements in DuPont™ Corian®.
Never use detergents, abrasives, solvents, chemicals, products containing muriatic acid, ammonia, acetone, bleach, household acids, various disinfectants, rough and/or metal scouring pads and/or sponges that may irremediably spoil the product surface. We recommend cleaning the product surface every day by wiping it using exclusively a soft cloth and water. Take care to dry immediately any drops or water build-ups since they may lead to the formation of lime scale deposits that could be difficult to remove at a later time.
Articles with details in DuPont™ Corian®
For cleaning the products properly, we recommend drying the DuPont™ Corian® part surfaces periodically with a soft cloth. In the event of a stain, rinse the surface with warm water and dry it with a soft cloth. Furthermore, we recommend that you do not use abrasive sponges or materials and substances that may irreparably scratch the DuPont™ Corian® surfaces. For more detailed instructions, refer to the “Instructions for the use and care of DuPont™ Corian®” manual at the website www.corian.com.
Product care also includes regularly cleaning the aerator filter from impurities and/or lime scale. For correct decalcification, disassemble the aerator and place it into diluted vinegar (max concentration: 10% at 20°C) to remove lime scale deposits and/or dirt from the aerator filters. Leave it to soak for a few hours, and then rinse using only water.
We recommend that you check the hardness of the water, as well as the condition of the hydraulic systems: if the percentage of limestone presence were to be particularly high, we recommend the installation of a sand filter and/or poly-phosphate filter (water softening system). In the same manner, in case of iron pipes or extremely dated ones and in bad conditions, we recommend, where possible, the replacement of the very system: the pipes, in fact, could release iron slag, which would corrode and jeopardize operation of the internal components of the articles. In such cases, as illustrated in the specific section, the warranty expires. In case of water with a high lime scale content, we advice installing inspectable filter taps (codes 1105032 and 1105052) on both delivery lines of deck-mounted bathroom washbasins and bidets, and kitchen sinks. This will prolong the life of the cartridges with ceramic discs and bolts as the inspectable filter taps will retain foreign bodies, if any, that might damage the cartridge sealing.
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