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Product Guidelines

Living with Aspiron®


Cleaning kitchen countertops and other Aspiron® surfaces
aspiron® is a durable and repairable product that will last for many years with simple care. Follow these instructions to preserve your aspiron® solid surface products. 

1. Everyday Care

General cleaning of your aspiron® solid surfaces can be done by wiping the surface with a damp cloth or sponge, then dry with soft cloth or paper towels to prevent spotting; especially in areas with hard water. 

2. Basic Stains

Clean with an ammonia-based product such as household glass cleaner or commercially available non-abrasive spray-on cleaners for solid surface products. Wipe dry with a soft cloth or paper towels to prevent spotting.

3. Stubborn Stain and Minor Scratches

There are over 60 colors available in aspiron® and each color can be supplied with a different type of finish by a aspiron® certified fabricator / installer. Dark colors in countertop surfaces and particularly dark colors that have been finished to a gloss, like anything else, will potentially show signs of use, such as scratches and soap residue, more readily than light colored solid surface materials. Therefore, gloss finish generally requires additional maintenance and care to retain its original luster. Different cleaning techniques are required to remove stubborn stains and minor scratches depending on the type of finish and color as detailed in the following instructions ( Note : please contact your certified fabricator/installer if you are uncertain which type of finish is applied to your aspiron®solid surfaces). DO NOT attempt to repair deep scratches, chips or burns, contact a certified aspiron® fabricator / installer. 

 Matt Finish is the standard finish delivered by your certified fabricator/ installer. It is a low or no-sheen finish and is recommended in all high-use areas. 

Scrub in a small circular motion with a wet sponge and an abrasive cleanser such as Soft Scrub . Darker colors tend to require more attention than lighter colors. 

 Satin Finish has a slightly higher sheen than matt and requires more attention depending on frequency of use and area of application.

Lightly scrub surface in a small circular motion with a wet sponge and an abrasive cleanser such as Soft Scrub over stain or scratch.

Darker color -

  • Darker colors tend to require more attention than lighter colors.
  • Scrubbing too aggressively may actually reduce the gloss level.

 Gloss Finish is a higher and reflective sheen that requires additional care and maintenance. it is important to note that a gloss finish, especially on a dark color, will require more care than a Matt/Satin finish. Therefore, be sure not to apply the same method or process recommended for a Matt/Satin finish when caring for a Gloss finish. Repeat the procedure shown below - If stain persists, contact your certified fabricator/installer for assistance. 

Spray a non-abrasive product such as Mr.Muscle over stain and wait for a couple of minutes.
They, scrub in a small circular motion circular motion with a web sponge.

Darker Color -

  • Darker Colors tend to require more attention than lighter colors.
  • Scrubbing too aggressively may actually reduce the gloss level.
  • Do not use abrasive cleansers, pads or steel wool....
After completing the above procedure, rinse with clear water and wipe dry a soft cloth or paper towels to prevent spotting. To enhance the visual color clarity and hide minor scuffs, apply Countertop Magic cleanser (available at any hardware store or supermarket) and wipe away excess with a soft cloth. 

4. Preventing Damage

Minor damage that may accidentally occur is most often repairable by a aspiron® certified fabricator/installer or repair expert. However, be sure follow these guidelines to prevent damage to your aspiron® surface.

aspiron® solid surfaces have excellent heat resistant properties compared to other countertop materials. However, placing hot pans, as well as some heat-generating appliances such as electric grills or deep-fryers,can damage the surface. Always use a hot pad or a trivet with rubber feet to protect aspiron® Avoid subjecting aspiron® solid surfaces to extreme hot temperatures.

 CHEMICAL: Avoid exposing aspiron® solid surfaces to strong chemicals such as paint removers, acetone, and oven cleaners. Surfaces exposed to these chemicals should be promptly flushed with water; contact may cause spots that may require extensive repairs. Remove nail polish with a non-acetone-based nail polish remover and flush with water.

 SCRATCHES: Never cut or chop directly on a aspiron® solid surfaces, always use a cutting / chopping board.

 FRACTURES : Avoid standing on countertops or dropping heavy objects on the surface
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