Stainless steel sinks are everywhere, but are you giving yours the proper TLC?
By Tina Jepson
Stainless steel sinks are found in most modern kitchens and commercial facilities throughout the country. They’re durable, made-to-last, widely available, and affordable compared to other sink materials like porcelain and copper. Since stainless steel is resistant to both hot and cold, it’s truly a great medium for a kitchen sink.
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If you’re thinking about purchasing a stainless-steel sink to go with your natural stone countertops or...
By Jamie Goodwin
Granite, marble, slate, and soapstone are some of the common stone countertops that people have in their homes. These countertops are the perfect update to any kitchen or bathroom. They look great, and they’re durable as long as you properly care for them. To care for your stone countertops, follow these five tips to ensure that they look great and last a long time.
1. Wipe Up Spills Immediately
Stone countertops soak up liquids, especially when the liquids are left on the counter for an extended period of time. Water may darken the countertop,...
Natural stone countertops like granite and marble are impressively strong materials, however, this, unfortunately, does not mean that they are impervious to chipping. Heavy pots and pans tossed around the kitchen can bang against, and subsequently knock off, a small part of the kitchen countertop surrounding your farm sink. This is not only disappointing but will diminish the beauty of the countertops. However, as long as the chip isn’t grandiose you won’t have to spend hundreds of dollars on a granite or marble repair. The countertop repair kit available at Mr. Stone is perfect for handling these damages. It will restore your kitchen counters...
Here are some items that are vital for the maintenance and longevity of your granite, limestone, onyx, gemstone, slate, quartzite or marble countertops.