Q: What type of basin is the best?
A: Each type of basin is suited to different interiors, depending on the size and style of your bathroom. Wall mounted basins are perfect for cloakrooms and compact bathrooms whereas freestanding and countertop basins are suited to large spaces and interiors that want to make a bold impact.
Q: How do you clean a stone basin?
A: It’s preferred for your stone basin to be cleaned at least once a month and immediately after use to avoid stains and to maintain the smooth, gleaming surface. To prevent residue and soap scum from building on the surface you should rinse and dry the basin with a clean towel.
Q: Do I need extra parts for my basin?
A: A slotted or unslotted waste is essential. These can be purchased separately on our website in our signature coloured finishes to complement your basin. Read our product descriptions for further information on which waste your basin requires. You can also complement your basin with our range of accessories and taps to complete the look.
Q: Are stone sinks durable?
A: Yes, stone resin is a high quality blend of pure white limestone and superior performance resin that ensures durability. Our stone sinks are designed to last a lifetime, testament to this they come with a lifetime guarantee.
Q: Are stone basins sustainable?
A: Stone Resin is a naturally sourced material, it ensures natural replacement and repair, and is entirely recyclable if you ever wish to discard your bath. The renewable material is kind to the environment, as the naturally quarried limestone is grounded into a fine powder before being mixed with clear resin.
Q: Are marble basins hard to maintain?
A: To ensure the longevity of your marble basin, it’s important to follow the correct aftercare. The porous structure of marble means liquid can be absorbed easily and it risks being chipped. Deep stains will need to be professionally re-ground. However, it can be easily cleaned with mild diluted cleaner and wiped dry for a radiant glow.
Q: Do marble basins stain?
A: Due to the porous structure of marble stone, liquids are more prone to being absorbed into the surface so it’s important to tend to any spillage immediately and dry any excess liquid to prevent stains.