Ceramic basins are beautiful and can remain so if maintained properly
When it comes to deciding on which material to roll with when you are selecting a new sink for your kitchen or bathroom, ceramic always tends to get a bit of a hard time. People often make the assumption that because a material is cheaper and more affordable that perhaps it is less deserving or that the quality is much lower; this is of course not the case.
There are more benefits when choosing ceramic as your choice material for your new wash basins as opposed to using other materials. First and foremost: ceramic basins are impressively easy to clean and maintain. They require no special cleaning products when it comes to the maintenance of their appearance. Ceramic is also highly resistant to stains, rust and discolouration provided that they are cleaned regularly and the beauty of it all is that cleaning them is easy as 1 2 3. I will list some of the best tips for cleaning them in a moment.
When you look at the prices of other materials you will notice that ceramic is certainly the cheapest; again I want to make a point that this doesn’t mean that the material is any less worthwhile than they others – it is just a cheaper product. When a product is durable, low cost yet high value and incredibly easy to maintain: why would you need to look at any other product?
While a ceramic basin may not look as impressive and luxurious as marble or granite for example, it is still sterile and reliable. Renovating your bathroom is an expensive process as it is without spending out on products for the sake of their aesthetic appeal. You can rely on ceramic as being a worthwhile material that is clean and easy. So what if your bathroom doesn’t look like a 5-star hotel or a spa; it is straightforward and easy – which is why ceramic basins have always been the most popular choice for the bathroom for many years.
Maintain that ceramic glow with ease
If you regularly clean your ceramic sink with hot and soapy water with a regular, soft, micro-fibre cloth you won’t ever need to give it a “deep clean”. This process is much better and more efficient than giving it that deep clean every now and again, all is requires is a quick scrub every now and again and it will continue looking stunning and sterile.
Another great tip when it comes to removing limescale and the likes is to use a mixture of hot water and vinegar with a scratch pad to get into the rougher areas. Just make sure that you thoroughly rinse the sink clean after using something like vinegar. If you dry the sink after use, you can prevent future build up and a thorough clean will not be necessary so often in the future.