Premier Copper Products KSP3_KSDB33199 Use and Care Manual

Premier Copper Products
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23910 N. 19 Ave.
Building #4, Ste. 62
Phoenix, AZ 85085
Phone: (602) 476-7332
COPPER CARE INSTRUCTIONS
HAVE YOUR PLUMBER USE BRONZE “NEUTRAL CURE” SILICONE TO INSTALL THE DRAIN AND
COPPER SINK. REGULAR PLUMBERS PUTTY IS WHITE AND WILL NOT LOOK GOOD IN CONTRAST TO
THE COPPER SINK AND BRONZE DRAIN. PREMIER COPPER PRODUCTS OFFERS A WIDE VARIETY OF
MATCHING ACCESSORIES FOR THE HOME. IF YOU NEED A MATCHING DRAIN, FAUCET,
ORB INSTALLATION SILICONE, OR ANY OTHER MATCHING ACCESSORY, PLEASE GIVE YOUR LOCAL
DEALER A CALL.
To keep clean, simply rinse your sink or bathtub with water after each use. Since copper is a natural
anti-bacterial surface, it is not necessary to disinfect or scrub your copper. However you may choose
to give your copper sink, tub, or any other copper product, a thorough cleaning with mild soap and a
soft cloth from time to time. Lastly, always avoid using anything abrasive that may remove the patina.
That's it!
Following this simple routine of 'rinse and wash', your copper sink, tabletop, or bathtub will give you a
lifetime of enjoyment!
For an added layer of protection, especially in 'hard water' areas, consider coating your sink, tub, or
tabletop with a high quality wax. We recommend "Premier Copper Products Surface Wax (Model
Number: W900-WAX)". This will help maintain the luster of the patina while providing better water
runoff.
NOTE: With acidic foods such as... lemons, tomatoes, mustard, pineapple, vinegar, etc., it is best to
leave water running while working with products and foods of this nature and remember to
thoroughly rinse your sink immediately after use. If the copper surface should get scratched or
affected by one of these acidic foods, the copper will naturally regain its original, aged patina with
regular use and time.
NOTE: With hard water, just a quick soft cloth-drying after each use and an occasional light waxing
helps prevent possible spots. With acidic foods such as tomatoes, citrus fruit and anything with
vinegar, etc., just rinsing with water ensures keeping the surface integrity.
If the copper surface should get scratched, it will regain its original, aged patina with regular use and
no other care procedure.
The most important thing to remember about this copper is:
DO NOT use abrasive cleansers or disinfectants on the non-shiny copper. It does NOT require that
much work!
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