Staron® care and maintenance
Staron® worktops offer a range of exceptional features that make maintenance a breeze. These surfaces are highly resistant to stains and impacts, guaranteeing long-lasting durability. However, the most significant benefit lies in their repairability. So, if you encounter minor marks or blemishes on your worktop, you can effortlessly buff them away, restoring the surface to its original flawless condition.
Simply follow the instructions below to keep your worktop hygienically clean and looking like new.
How to clean Staron® worktops
To clean Staron®, wipe the surface with a damp cloth or sponge, or, for basic stains, clean with an ammonia-based product such as glass cleaner or any non-abrasive spray cleaner. Then dry the surface with a paper towel or cloth to prevent spotting, especially in areas with hard water.
Removing aggressive stains
Staron® surfaces are stain-resistant but not stain-proof. So, some substances may require more aggressive cleaning. To remove stubborn stains, scrub in a small circular motion using a wet sponge and abrasive cleaner, such as Soft Scrub®. Then rinse with clear water and dry the surface with a paper towel or cloth to prevent spotting, especially in areas with hard water.
Do not use acidic chemicals
Avoid exposing Staron® to strong chemicals such as acetone, paint removers and oven cleaners. If they come into contact with your worktop, rinse immediately with clean water and dry the surface with a paper towel or cloth.
How to care for your worktop
Protect the surface from hot temperatures
Staron® is not heat-proof, so hot saucepans, baking trays, deep fat fryers etc., should not be placed directly on its surface. Instead, always use a hot pad or trivet. Also, take care with Staron® sinks. When pouring hot liquids into the sink, run cold water at the same time.
To protect your Staron® surface, always use a chopping board while cutting with sharp knives. If you accidentally scratch the worktop, minor scratches can be easily repaired by gently buffing them with an abrasive sponge or a suitable scouring agent. However, for deeper cuts, hiring a professional for repair is advisable.