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Maintenance Guidelines for Bathroom Vanity/Cabinet:

All cabinets possess limited UV resistance, making constant exposure to UV radiation likely to cause discoloration and damage to the wood surface. To prevent scratches, avoid contact with abrasive or sharp objects. Immediately remove chemicals such as hair tints or nail polish remover from the vanity/cabinet surfaces. Ensure faucets are in proper working order, as a leaky faucet can lead to significant damage if left unfixed. Additionally, refrain from placing the vanity/cabinet directly next to the bathtub or shower without a proper shower screen.

Avoid using abrasive or acidic cleaners containing solvents or grease. Always check the label of new cleaning products to ensure they are suitable for the material you intend to clean. Home improvement stores can recommend appropriate cleaners. When cleaning, use only sponges or soft cloths to avoid damaging or dulling the surface of the vanity/cabinet. Lastly, ensure the surface remains dry at all times.

Care Maintenance for Marble Top:

Countertop Surface:

Matte finishes, known for their flat, non-reflective appearance and sandy texture, are increasingly popular in bathroom vanity design. While most of our vanity collections feature matte finish countertops due to high demand, consumers may opt for satin or glossy finishes for ongoing projects. Matte finish countertops can be modified into glossy finishes by applying a glossy clearcoat and sealer (consult a licensed contractor). Note that high-gloss finishes require stricter maintenance as they are prone to showing scuff marks easily. However, matte finishes hide imperfections better and are less prone to showing dirt.

Material Description:

Natural stone products, including marble, inherently contain imperfections that contribute to their unique character. These imperfections are not defects. Color and appearance may vary between batches or individual tops, so exact matches to displayed samples cannot be guaranteed.

Top Care and Cleaning:

Marble is porous and requires regular sealing to prevent staining and corrosion. While our vanities are sealed prior to installation, initial sealer coatings may oxidize over time, reducing effectiveness. To ensure longevity, apply sealer at least 24 hours before first use. Reapply sealer regularly, or treat the marble at least twice a year based on use intensity and marble type. Despite sealing, marble is not stain-proof, so avoid direct contact with staining materials such as acidic fruits or abrasive cleaning products.

Care Maintenance for Quartz Top:

Countertop Surface:

Avoid exposing your quartz countertop to abrasive, acidic, or harsh chemicals, as they can cause corrosion and erosion. While durable, Water Creation Quartz Countertops are not completely heat-proof, chemical-proof, or fracture-proof. Take precautions to prevent exposure to extreme temperatures or harmful chemicals. Refrain from using bleach or abrasive scrub pads, as these can scratch the surface.