White Haze On Granite Composite Sinks

White Haze On Granite Composite Sinks

black composite granite sink with a white haze that has been etched and needs to be restored to look like new.

Let's identify the cause and options you might have to remove, prevent, or possibly repair.

Learn The Cause

There are four types of white haze commonly found in/on composite sinks: 

    1. Cleaning Issues (usually a simple repair and easy to prevent)
    2. Abrasive (Usually a simple repair and easy to prevent)
    3. Chemical (Quickly progresses into permanent damage)
    4. Heat (Quickly progresses into permanent damage)


How To Deep Clean and Protect Composite Sinks

How To Deep Clean and Protect Composite Sinks

Deep cleaning and routine care for composite sinks that thoroughly clean and protect the surface against grease, oil, mineral deposits, and soap scum.

Safe and Effective

  • Quartz/Granite Composite Sinks
  • Blanco, Krause, Franke, and more

Blanco Sink Distributor Restores Black Composite Sink With NuVibrants

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