Everyday cleanup is a breeze: just use soapy water or ammonia-based cleansers. A microfiber cloth will help you clean the surface thoroughly without scratching or dulling its sheen.
While it’s common to use window cleaners on other parts of the kitchen and bathroom, we don’t recommend using them on Durasein Solid Surface. They won’t permanently damage the material, but they can leave a waxy buildup that makes the surface look splotchy.
Should that occur, you should be able to scrub it off using a little more pressure with a microfiber cloth and soapy water. If you need to remove a stubborn stain, use a multisurface cleaner or an abrasive chlorine bleachbased cleanser like Comet®, Ajax®, or Soft Scrub®, rinsing the surface with water afterwards.
To deepclean sinks and shower basins, fill with a diluted bleach solution and allow it to soak for 15 minutes, then wash the surface with soap and water. Abrasive powdered cleanser with bleach may dull semi-gloss or gloss countertop finishes.
Never let harsh chemicals (such as strong acids and bases, paint thinner, or mineral spirits) sit on Durasein Solid Surface, and avoid spilling acetonebased nail polish remover on bathroom counters and sinks. If one of these chemicals contacts the surface, wash and rinse the surface with soap and water immediately to prevent damage.