How to Care for Your
Mirostone is a pure solid surface.
It has no chipboard or any other absorbent core, making Mirostone completely waterproof.
Mirostone is a completely safe surface on which to prepare and eat food. It is easy to clean and waterproof so harmful germs are prevented from being retained on the surface. Also, because Mirostone has smooth imperceptible seams, there are no unsightly joints in which dangerous bacteria can develop.
Everyday care General cleaning of your Mirostone solid surfaces can be done by wiping the surface with a damp sponge or cloth and then drying with a dry soft cloth to prevent spotting. A microfiber cloth is the best type to use.
For basic stains Clean with a mild detergent and a damp sponge or cloth and then rinse with clean water and wipe dry with a soft cloth to prevent spotting. For more stubborn stains use a mild abrasive cleaner such as Cif on a wet sponge and lightly rub in a small circular motion.Rinse with clean water and wipe dry with a soft cloth
Scratches and impact damage
Never cut or chop directly on a Mirostone solid surface, always use a worktop saver. Do not drop heavy objects on the surface.
.Always use a heat resistant worktop saver to protect your surface.
Hot pans straight from the hob and/or heat generating appliances such as slow cookers, portable stoves, combi-microwaves and deep fryers can damage the Mirostone surface.
Do not subject your Mirostone solid surfaces to any source of extreme heat.
Do not expose your Mirostone solid surface to strong chemicals such as paint removers, acetone, oven cleaners,drain cleaner or stove cleaning products.
Surfaces that have accidentally been exposed to these chemicals should be flushed promptly with water, using appropriate safety measures to avoid injury.
Remove nail polish with a non-acetone based remover and flush with water