White Haze On Granite Composite Sinks
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:
- Cleaning Issues (usually a simple repair and easy to prevent)
- Abrasive (Usually a simple repair and easy to prevent)
- Chemical (Quickly progresses into permanent damage)
- Heat (Quickly progresses into permanent damage)
How To Deep Clean and Protect Composite SinksA 2-step process to deep clean and protect composite sinks. Step-1 safely removes calcium, lime, soap scum, grease, and oil. Step-2 protects composite sinks with ioSeal. After using the Granite Quartz & Marble Treatment with ioSeal, future cleanings become easier, absorption is lower and colors can become more vibrant.
How to Restore a Granite Composite Sink
Before Supreme Surface became a brand of stone care products and specialty cleaners, we spent more than 20 years as a natural stone company with a service department, Over that time we participated in thousands of granite composite sink restorations and repairs. Even in cases where individuals have sandpapered their entire sink, this almost always created the desired result. Over the past several years our Help Line has walked individuals just like you through this process over the phone, and now we have compiled the information into this simple how-to blog for your convenience.