HURLINGHAM 5 YEAR GUARANTEE
This guarantee does not affect your statutory or other legal rights and is subject to the following conditions:
The guarantee does not cover:
CARE AND CLEANING
CAST IRON Use a solution of soapy water and apply with a soft cloth or sponge in a brushing motion. Do not use wire brushes, steel wool & abrasive sponge pads. Rinse thoroughly with water immediately after the application of cleaners and wipe the surface leaving it completely dry after the process. Do not allow cleaners to sit or soak on the surface and avoid dripping taps. It is important not to use acidic cleaners or sprays as this will affect the surface of the bath and may result in small brown particles building up on the enamel surface or staining.
UNWAXED COPPER, BRASS & NICKEL Clean with warm soapy water and a nonabrasive cloth and dry immediately after use. Avoid dripping taps, sharp objects, the use of abrasive products and harsh chemicals. If the item has not been waxed, maintain the polished finish with the use of Autosol metal cleaner in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions as and when required.
WAXED COPPER BRASS & NICKEL Clean with warm soapy water and a nonabrasive cloth and dry immediately after use. Avoid dripping taps, sharp objects, the use of abrasive products and harsh chemicals. To maintain the waxed finish reapply a suitable wax every 4-6 weeks following the manufacturer’s instructions.
MARBLE Seal marble two to four times a year with a marble sealant. Sealant prevents the naturally porous stone from absorbing spills and moisture, prolonging its beauty and its life apply according to the manufacturer’s directions. Clean marble with a soft cloth, warm water and detergent; do not use soap and avoid placing soaps directly on the marble. Clean up any spills of soaps and cosmetics immediately. Rinse the stone with clean water and then thoroughly dry it with soft cloth. Do this several times a week, or as needed. Never use anything abrasive on marble and never use harsh bathroom cleaners with alcohol, bleach, ammonia, acid or vinegar as these could damage the sealer and leave the raw marble exposed to staining. This includes limescale remover.
Dry up any pools of water on the surface, as this could lead to water marking. Hire a professional stone worker to repair any deep etching or cracks in the marble. Do not attempt to repair deep cracks or etching on your own; working with marble, especially one of this quality, is an art and damage is too easily done if you’re not experienced.