Infinity Plus Sinks ceramic basins improve the appearance and feel of your bathroom. Our ceramic basins are available in a range of designs, so you can choose one that best complements your existing architecture. Whether you have an old home or a brand-new business, our basins will bring the same level of elegance and beauty to your property. We also have a variety of other great goods on display, including kitchen sinks, vanity units, laundry troughs, and towel bars.

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Stunning Ceramic Basins for Your Home

From the time when only basins with glossy finishes were available to purchase, ceramic basins have come a long way. Matt and textured finishes are available on some of our basins.

The enormous popularity of our round white countertop basin is due to its size and matt white finish. We provide a number of elegant designs in both traditional and contemporary styles, so you can choose something that best complements your feel for bathroom décor. If you want the same style basin but smaller, we have a tiny version that’s ideal for tiny bathrooms or powder rooms.

Our textured ceramic basins are available in round, bowl, and tub forms. The rough, sand-like finish is tactile and gives the stone an intriguing stone-like appearance. For individuals who are hesitant to acquire a porous stone basin, this one would be an excellent substitute. It is scratch-free and quite robust, and it is very cost-effective.

Our Ceramic Basins products look beautiful on every bathroom vanity. All the basins have a matt interior layer which makes the cleaning very easy. This is especially great news for mums who need something more practical for their kids’ bathroom.

How to Take Care of Your Ceramic Basin

Ceramic basins are a natural product created from clay and water. The advantages of ceramic basins are numerous: they’re highly durable, seldom scratch or abrade, resist heat and cold well, are simple to maintain, and are completely safe to use.

Ceramic basins, like any other ceramic material, may be scratched or stained with regular use and will require special care to preserve for a long time. The following suggestions will assist you in keeping your ceramic basin looking brand new:

Reduce the risk of scratches

Cleaners that are abrasive or sponges can scratch the surface of ceramic, even though it is a robust, long-lasting material. Keep smooth, non-abrasive cleaners and soft towels or sponges on hand for your ceramic basins. Also, keep heavier objects like hair straighteners on the counter rather than the basin itself.

Reduce the risk of staining

If you’re going to be gone for an extended period of time, remove any stains from your sink before you go. Makeup and other chemicals may leave permanent or difficult-to-remove stains on your sink. Follow these steps to keep your sink stain-free: Remove any potential stains as soon as possible, and clean the surface thoroughly.

Clean regularly

If you neglect to clean your basin, limescale and soap stains, cosmetic residues, rust and mould may develop and it will be more difficult to remove.

Clean with a mild detergent

All you need is a soft cloth or sponge and mild detergent for a fast and simple clean. This will get rid of the majority of grime and even some stains. All traces of the detergent should be washed away with clean water.

Use lemon juice or vinegar for water stains

Mineral-rich hard water can cause limescale stains on sinks. Water stains in the bathtub can be removed with lemon juice or vinegar, both of which are simple to obtain. They’re not only inexpensive, but they’re also ecologically friendly. Once you’ve finished cleaning the basin with vinegar or lemon juice, rinse it clean with water.

Use baking soda for tough stains

Bicarbonate of soda is another natural substance that may be used to remove stains and maintain your basin looking fresh. Baking soda and water paste may be used to remove stubborn stains from ceramic basins. Once you’ve finished, rinse the baking soda down with clean water as usual.

Avoid harsh chemicals

Do not use strong cleaning products since they may harm or even, with repeated usage, wear down the ceramic. Never mix cleaners with those that contain harsh chemicals, and never use two cleansers on the same surface.

Prevent mould build-up

Excess moisture in the air is one of the reasons for the build-up of mould on your ceramic basin. When you’re done, run an exhaust fan to prevent condensation from forming. Also, after each usage or cleaning of your basin, mould will be prevented.

Infinity Plus Sinks: Your One-Stop-Shop for Bathroom Basins in Melbourne

Your bathroom basins has an impact on its usefulness, comfort, and overall design, as you know if you’ve ever washed your hands or face in a clunky, poorly designed basin.

Choosing the right basin can be tough, but with so many on the market, it might become a difficult task. At Infinity Plus Sinks, we provide a wide range of bathroom and kitchen sinks at affordable prices. Visit our showroom to have a look at the latest products in town!