Scalea cleaning and maintenance

Natural stone is considered one of the highest quality cladding materials, as it meets all the technical and design requirements of any project. Stone is a classic material in design and architecture, although it requires greater care and maintenance compared to surfaces such as Silestone and Dekton.

Scalea cleaning

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Step 1

Apply neutral soap to the affected area and gently rub in a circular motion with a damp microfiber cloth.
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Step 2

Leave to work for a couple of minutes. Then with a cloth wipe off any soap residue. Finally, dry it with kitchen roll.

Removing stubborn stains from Scalea surfaces

OilHighly diluted acid (dilute vinegar)
GreaseBicarbonate and warm water
WineDiluted alkaline detergent
Coffee / InkDiluted detergent*
PaintAcetone and plenty of water
BitumenPaint solvent and plenty of water

Scalea maintenance – FAQs

You must be careful and aware of the type of stone, as some detergents and cleaners can damage the material.

No, aggressive detergents can damage the surface.

No. Do not use metallic rubbing tools, as they can scratch the surface. Use a cloth to clean the surface.