Stainless steel sinks cannot corrode with rust if you clean and do the maintenance regularly in conditions of their intended household use. Please follow the use and care instructions for stainless steel sinks to ensure long life of your sink.
Stains usually come from limescale and residues of dirt that accumulate on the limescale. Limescale phenomenon depends on water hardness in the local environment.
The best was to avoid such stains is to wipe and dry the sink after use. If stains should anyhow appear, it is suggested to use 2:1 solution of water and vinegar which will „soften" the limescale and make its removal easier with regular cleaning media. For persistent stains use adequate cleaning products that act as limescale solvent.
The stainless steel is a very resistant surface. However, sinks are exposed to everyday use and the surface will surely show traces of use and small superficial scratches. With time scratches will be less visible as the phenomenon will become even over the sink surface.
Metalac sinks are available in three different installation types – top-mounted, inset and undermount.