CORSTONE ACRYLIC KITCHEN AND BATHROOM SINKS
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CorStone Sinks Advantage 3.2 Series
Features: High Gloss EnduranceResists
Staining and MarkingCertified
not stain, oxidize or rustEasy
with soap & waterSelect
colors available with MICROBAN® Antimicrobial Product
CorStone Sinks Optimum 5.0 Series Features: All
the great features of the Advantage 3.2 Series PLUS:
Toughest, most durable acrylic sinks in the marketplace Harder
and thicker acrylic for greater resistance to heat,
scratching and marringMaximum
durability and utmost wearabilityEngineered
and designed for unsurpassed performance
All Optimum Series sinks feature MICROBAN® Product
sinks are made in the United States of America from
American components. CorStone’s skilled craftsmen
operate the world’s only dedicated acrylic sink
manufacturing facility. CorStone sinks are easily
installed into any countertop. CorStone sinks can
be self-rim mounted or under-counter mounted.
sinks are available in over 40 colors, from
traditional White or Bone to Red, Navy Blue, Rain Forest
Green and Ice Gray, as well as the new metallic and
mineral series of colors. All CorStone sink
models are available in all of our colors unless
otherwise noted. No other sink manufacturer can offer
you this depth of selection!
CorStone offers five styles of bathroom lavatory
to fit every style and installation requirement. From
the classic round Anderson, to the stylish Williston and
the ultra-elegant Chesnee, CorStone lavatories will
transform the décor of any bathroom. Available in all
CorStone Colors™, with 4” or 8” faucet spreads.
All CorStone Optimum Series sinks are
manufactured exclusively using Lucite® acrylic with
built-in Microban® antimicrobial product
protection. Certain acrylic colors available in the
CorStone Advantage Series also offer the exclusive
feature of Microban®.
Your CorStone Sink with built-in Microban
Protection will maintain a fresher and more pleasing
surface. Microban protection is built-in during
the manufacturing process, and is designed to last for
the life-time of your sink. Microban protection is
incorporated directly into the molecular structure of
your sink’s surface. it will not wear off or wash off.
The Microban additive used in CorStone sinks is
registered with the EPA and is NSF listed for food zone
and splash areas.
CorStone sinks are very heat resistant, but hot
pans direct from the stove or oven may cause irreparable
damage to your CorStone sink and will void your
warranty. Hot pans or skillets direct from the stove or
oven should never be placed in any kitchen sink.
How does Microban protection work?
Microban® technology is built-in to a product during the
manufacturing process and becomes an intrinsic part of
the product inside and at the surface. When microbes,
such as bacteria, mold and mildew that can cause stains,
odors and product deterioration come in contact with the
product surface, Microban protection penetrates the cell
wall of the microbe and disrupts key cell functions so
that the microbe cannot function, grow or reproduce.
All products engineered with Microban protection undergo
extensive testing in microbiology and chemical
analysis labs. In addition, Microban technology has been
proven effective in over 20,000 tests at over 27
independent laboratories around the world.
Using industry standard testing methods, the samples to
the right demonstrate the effectiveness of Microban
technology against bacteria that can cause stains, odors
and product deterioration.
1. What is Microban®
antimicrobial product protection?
Microban® technology is built-in antimicrobial
protection for solid products, coatings and fibers.
Microban antimicrobial protection gives products an
added level of protection against damaging microbes such
as, bacteria, mold and mildew that can cause stains,
odors and product deterioration.
2. How do products with Microban® antimicrobial
Microban® protection is built-in to the product during
the manufacturing process. When microbes come in contact
with the product surface, Microban protection penetrates
the cell wall of the microorganism and disrupts cell
functions making the microorganism unable to function,
grow and reproduce.
3. What benefit do I get from products with Microban®
Microban® protection continuously fights the growth of
microbes that can cause stains, odors and product
degradation. Microban protection makes the products in
your home easier to clean and keeps them cleaner and
fresher between cleanings.
4. What types of microorganisms does Microban®
protection work against?
Microban® antimicrobial protection is effective against
most common bacteria, yeasts, molds and fungi that cause
stains, odors and product degradation. Microban
technology is not designed to protect users from disease
5. How do I know that Microban® antimicrobial product
protection is safe?
Microban® technology has undergone extensive independent
laboratory testing and has a long history of safe use.
It is registered with the EPA for all applications in
which it is used. Microban additives can be found in the
products of leading consumer, industrial and medical
products manufacturers around the world.
6. Does this mean I don’t have to clean my products
as much or as carefully?
No. Microban® protection provides continuous
antimicrobial protection that protects the products in
your home, helping to make them easier to clean and
keeping them cleaner between cleanings. However, normal
cleaning practices recommended by the product
manufacturer should be maintained.
7. Does Microban® protection begin working
Microban® protection begins to work as soon as the
microorganism comes into contact with the product
surface. It then works continuously to maintain a
consistently lower bio-burden than would be expected on
a product without Microban® antimicrobial protection.
Under the right conditions, microbes on an untreated
surface can double every 20 minutes! Microban technology
is not a disinfectant and is not a substitute for normal
8. How long does Microban® antimicrobial protection
Microban® protection is built-in during the
manufacturing process and will not wash off or wear
away. Microban protection is engineered to provide
continuous antimicrobial product protection for the
useful lifetime of the product, keeping the products in
your home cleaner and fresher for longer than ever
9. Has anyone ever gotten sick from using products
with Microban® antimicrobial protection?
Extensive testing and a long use history have shown
Microban® product protection to be safe. While it is
impossible to say that no one will ever experience an
allergic reaction to anything, it is highly unlikely a
negative experience would be observed. Microban
additives are used in very low levels measured in parts
10. Does the use of antimicrobials cause resistant
strains of microorganisms?
No. After more than 30 years of use in numerous
consumer, industrial and medical applications around the
world, there has been no evidence of resistant strain
CorStone Sinks: Care and Cleaning.
CorStone sink has been designed and engineered to resist scratches and stains when used properly. The durable finish will resist food acids and should not stain under normal kitchen use. Improper use can and may damage this sink or its finish and void the warranty. Please review the following instructions carefully before using your sink.
How to take care of CorStone sink:
Cast acrylic sinks have been designed and engineered to
resist scratches when used properly. The durable cast
acrylic surface will resist food acids and usually will
not stain under normal kitchen use. The color goes
completely through the cast acrylic surface and there is
no coating to wear off. As with all kitchen sink
materials; enameled steel & cast iron, stainless steel
or plastic composites; improper use can damage your sink
and its finish and void your warranty. Please review the
following instruction carefully before using your new
Like all stainless steel, enameled steel, cast iron or
plastic composite sinks, your new sink will scratch.
However, if you do scratch your new Cast Acrylic sink,
simply spending a few minutes buffing with an auto
polishing cream will usually minimize the appearance of
the scratching and maintain the high gloss finish to
your sinks surface.
MATS, RACKS & DISHPANS
The use of rubber or vinyl protective mats, racks or
dishpans are recommended to protect your new sink. These
commonly available mats will also offer added protection
for your dishes and glassware. Measure your sink before
making any accessory purchase. Periodically rinse and
clean underneath these mats to maintain your sink
USE OF BLEACH
Unlike most metal sink materials, you can use common
household bleach to spruce up and sanitize your sink.
The solid cast acrylic surface of your sink does not
absorb stains, but on occasion a residue will build on
the surface that may absorb stains and a wipe with
bleach will usually remove these residues.
CLEANING YOUR SINK
A damp cloth or sponge with a solution of dish soap
should remove the everyday residue from your sink
surface. If you have dried residue on your sink,
thoroughly wet the dried residue and use a non-abrasive
cleaner on a damp cloth or sponge to remove. As with all
sink materials, DO NOT USE ABRASIVE POWDERS OR SCRUB
PADS as the use of these products will spoil the surface
gloss and require you to use polishing compounds to buff
and polish the surface gloss back to its original
luster. Use of abrasive powders or pads will void your
USING YOUR SINK
All sinks & appliances require some maintenance to
protect the finish and provide years of satisfactory
service. Your sink should be rinsed thoroughly and dried
with a soft towel after every use. Once a week, mix a
solution of common household bleach in the bowl and use
this solution to wipe down the surface areas of the
sink. Towel dry and your sink should sparkle and shine
almost like new. If you have minor scratches or
abrasions buff these areas with a polishing compound to
restore the gloss and repeat the above cleaning
Wet dishrags, sponges or cleaning pads should not be
left on your sink as the residue they leave may discolor
and dry on the sink surface. Steel wool pads should
never be used on your sink or left on the surface areas
as they may leave small particles of iron that may rust
and embed into the sink surface. If you do experience
this type of residue or discoloration, the gloss surface
of your sink can usually be restored with a auto
HOT PANS & POTS
Your new sink will resist temperatures up to 365°F. As
with all sink materials, a hot pan or pot should never
be placed into the sink until it has cooled. If you
inadvertently damage your sink with a hot pan or pot,
you can usually minimize the damage with a fine
sandpaper and restore the gloss with an auto polishing
How to clean your sink
• Rinse the sink thoroughly after every use.
• Common household bleach may be used to spruce up and
sanitize your sink. Although the cast acrylic surface
will not absorb stains, occasionally a residue will
build up on the surface that may. Simply wipe with
bleach to remove.
• The use of abrasive cleaners is not necessary as
wiping with a soft cloth or sponge and liquid soap will
remove any residue.
• The use of abrasive cleaners will void the warranty
and dull the finish of the sink.
Using Your CorStone Sink
• For years of satisfactory use and service, your sink
should be rinsed thoroughly and dried with a soft towel
after every use.
• Wipe-down with a solution of bleach and water in the
bowl once a week. Towel dry and your sink will sparkle
• CorStone recommends the use of protective mats, racks
or dishpans in this sink. Regular cleaning and rinsing
underneath mats will help maintain your sink.
• Always use a cutting board or sink protector when
using knives or sharp objects in the sink.
• Do not leave wet dishrags, sponges or cleaning pads in
your sink as the residue may discolor and dry on the
• Steel wool pads should never be used on your sink or
left on the surface areas as small particles of iron may
rust and embed into the sink surface. Restore surface
with CorStone® Crème Polish.
• Never pour or place hot grease or pots directly into
your sink. Wait until pot and contents have cooled
before placing in sink. Remember, if you do happen to
damage this sink, minor cuts or scratches can be buffed
and polished to restore the finish.