To ensure you maintain the quality of your product, and do not void the manufacturer's warranty, we recommend the following cleaning procedures. For more information on product guarantees, click here.
After use rinse clean and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use cream or chemical cleaners. By following this procedure, limescale should not form, any problems of this nature, however, should be referred to the suppliers.
Polished Brass is not lacquered or electroplated and will therefore tarnish naturally. To maintain the polished finish, metal polish should be used.
Use a neutral liquid soap with warm water applied by a soft cloth for daily cleaning. Rinse completely with water and dry any over-spray. Never use any abrasive materials such as a scouring pad to clean these surfaces.
Brass finishes will age and develop its own patina over time. Parts which are not being regularly covered, e.g. by towels, or are in contact with cleaning solutions, such as soap, can patinate in a remarkably short amount of time. The finish can be kept bright with brass metal polish (we recommend Brasso!), apply just a small amount and remove using a soft cloth.
Gold is a very soft metal and as such this finish is the most suscepitble to wear over time and must be cleaned and protected carefully. Use a neutral liquid soap with warm water applied by a soft cloth for daily cleaning, following by a gentle buffing with a soft dry cloth.
Use a neutral liquid soap with warm water applied by a soft cloth for daily cleaning. Rinse completely with water and dry any over-spray. Wax can be applied twice per year to help protect the finish. Do not use any cleaning agents as you risk removing the finish.