Composite granite sinks are sturdy and affordable options for customers who enjoy the appearance of granite in the kitchen. René composite granite sinks are both stylishly versatile and durable.
GENERAL CLEANING AND CARE
Routine cleaning: Cover your sink with a mixture of mild soap and water. With a nylon brush, gently scrub around your entire sink. Rinse immediately with pure water, then dry.
Discoloration: Wearing protective gloves, fill sink with approximately 2 inches of warm water and 3-4 splashes of bleach. Allow solution to soak in the sink for 15 minutes. Drain solution, rinse well with pure water, then dry.
Our composite granite sinks are comprised of 80% quartzite and 20% acrylic. Composite granite sinks are scratch- and stain-resistant, can withstand temperatures of 550 degrees Fahrenheit, and are unaffected by abrasive household cleaners. Additionally, they can match nearly any countertop because they come in six popular colors: carbon, pewter, umber, concrete, ecru, and ivory.
All of our composite granite sinks are covered by a limited lifetime warranty.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why do Composite Granite sinks not have an option for a standard strainer?
All of our composite granite sinks require a basket strainer because standard strainers are not compatible with composite granite sinks due to the thickness of the sink.
What materials make up a composite granite sink?
Our composite granite sinks are made with 80% quartzite and 20% acrylic.
Can a garbage disposal be installed in composite granite sinks?
Yes, a garbage disposal can be installed in our composite granite sinks. If you plan to install a garbage disposal in your composite granite sink, we recommend a matching composite granite flange is used with the disposal.