A clean kitchen is a wonderful kitchen. That’s why we’ve specifically designed our products and systems for easy to maintenance. So you can feel comfortable and confident every time you use your kitchen. Learn the best way to keep your Franke products performing well and looking great.
Increase the lifespan of your Franke products and prevent the buildup of dirt and limescale. by simply wiping down your sink and worktop surface with a damp cloth and soapy water. This simple tip will keep your products looking great. Discover more top cleaning tips below.
Our stainless steel sinks are made of premium chrome-nickel steel. This high-quality material makes our sinks eye-catching and resistant to stains, rust and corrosion. So we created Inox Cream specifically for the care and maintenance of this special material. This polish is easy to apply and can protect or restore the luster or your sink. Just spread a little on a damp cloth, rub it lightly onto the surface and allow it to set. Then just rinse it off with water and polish with a dry cloth.
Unless they’re very deep and unsightly, scratches on stainless steel surfaces aren’t always bad. In fact, over time, lots of small scratches can add an attractive matte look to your products. But in the event that you have a deep scratch that you want to care for, here’s what you can do: take a 3M Scotch-Brite pad and our white Inox Cream. Apply enough of the cream the cover the scratch and then wipe the area with your pad going with the grain of the surface. Once the scratch looks like it has been wiped away, rinse off any excess cream and clean the surface with a dry cloth.
Any rust that appears on stainless steel is the result of iron particles coming from external sources. If you want to remove any rust stains from your products, we recommend using a cleaning agent containing oxalic acid (e.g. Bar Keepers Friend®). Always use mild, non-abrasive cleaning agents to remove stubborn stains from your stainless steel and make sure you thoroughly rinse away any cleaning liquids once finished. Oh, one more thing, when cleaning your stainless steel, NEVER USE STEEL WOOL PADS. We, and our stainless steel, thank you in advance.
Franke Granite Sinks are extremely durable and non-porous making them long-lasting and very hygienic. This also means cleaning them is quite simple too. Using a soapy nylon brush and scrubbing in circular motions will usually do the trick. Just remember to thoroughly wash away any extra soap left behind after cleaning.
For stubborn stains on granite, we recommend using any of these products: Soft Scrub®, Bar Keepers Friend®, dishwasher soap, white vinegar (best for limescale) or a mild bleach solution. For rust stains, we recommend using cleaning agents that contain oxalic acid (e.g. Bar Keepers Friend®). And always make sure you thoroughly rinse away any cleaning agents once you’ve finished.
Franke Fireclay is one of the most hygienic and easiest to clean surfaces available. Just wipe your fireclay with a moist cloth and apply some mild liquid soap for a simple and effective cleaning solution.
A fast and easy way to remove water marks, grease or soap scum deposits, is with a proprietary bathroom cleaner such as Ajax or Flash liquid spray, or similar products found in your supermarket. For everyday cleaning of your ceramic sink, using a soft cloth or sponge with some mild liquid soap or any vinegar-based cleaner is ideal.
To keep your sparkling glazed surface apply a dilute solution of bleach every 2 to 3 days. Apply with a sponge or a soft kitchen cloth and rinse the surface of the sink thoroughly with plenty of water. Not only will it make the surface shine, it will also help Tried and tested cleaning agents such as household vinegar or vinegar solution can be used to remove limescale deposits. For stubborn stains, cover with a piece of kitchen paper soaked in vinegar and leave to stand overnight.
Avoid the use of a plastic washing up bowl however as this will over time cause the development of regular abrasion marks over the sink's surface.
In rare cases, metal objects like forks and knives may leave stains on ceramic surfaces if left for long periods of time. To get rid of this type of stain you can use the same sort of cleaners made for glass and ceramic cooktops. These can usually be found at your local appliance or hardware store.
Only clean Franke Faucets with mild soap and a soft cloth. Ammonia-based products, or products containing vinegar, bleach, harsh antibacterial ingredients or abrasives will damage the finish and may invalidate your warranty.