Founded in 1907, the Sterling Faucet Company was an industry-leading independent producer of faucets and other brassware, a position that it still held when acquired by Kohler Co. in 1984. Through integration with the full range of design and production capabilities of Kohler, the Sterling brand was able to enhance its products and services, and today it occupies a commanding position in the marketplace of kitchen and bath design.
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Q: If you get a scratch in the sink can it be buffed out or a polish to use for it??
Submitted 9 months ago by Dawn - Ohio
Hayneedle customer support
A: Yes it can:Stainless Steel Sinks Care & CleaningConstructed of high-grade stainless steel with nickel and chrome content, STERLING(R) sinks provide excellent corrosion resistance and are made to withstand the wear and tear of everyday use. Keep your sink looking great with these tips. How to Care for Your Stainless Steel SinksClean stainless steel at least once a week.Always apply stainless steel cleaner and polish with a nonabrasive cloth or sponge working with, not across, the grain.Do not use steel wool, wire brushes or abrasive sponge pads. Use only nonscratch cleaning pads.Cleaners containing chloride (bleach) are not recommended. If used, rinse the surface immediately to prevent corrosion.Most stainless steel products will scratch from everyday use. However, these scratches will blend over time to create a unique finish.Do not store open containers of cleaners or chemicals such as acids, bleach, sodium chloride, lye, toilet bowl cleaner, drain cleaner or hard-water stain removal products under your sink. Products to ConsiderFantastik Heavy Duty All Purpose CleanerFormula 409 Multi-Surface CleanerWindex OriginalBar Keepers Friend Soft Cleanser3M Stainless Steel Cleaner & Polish For Rust RemovalAutosol Rust RemoverBar Keepers Friend MORE Spray & Foam Cleaner Care TipAllowing water to evaporate on metal will form water deposits. To avoid this and keep your product looking beautiful, it is important to wipe the sink clean with a soft cloth after each use. General Care and CleaningAllowing water to evaporate on metal will form water deposits. To avoid this and keep your product looking beautiful, it is important to wipe the sink clean with a soft cloth after each use.Test first. Always test cleaning solutions on an inconspicuous area first before applying to the entire surface.Wipe clean. Wipe surfaces clean and rinse completely with water immediately after applying cleaner. Rinse and dry any overspray that lands on nearby surfaces.Don't let cleaners soak. Do not allow cleaners to sit or soak.Avoid abrasive materials. Use a soft, dampened sponge or cloth. Never use an abrasive material such as a brush or scouring pad to clean surfaces.