Dunes is produced from a high blend of Acrylic resins and natural minerals. Dunes is made up of MMA+PMMA (Methyl Methacrylate + Poly Methyl Methacrylate) plus high performance resins filled with Aluminium Trihydrate (ATH), pigments, matrix chips, cross linking agents, etc. This makes Dunes a superior product in terms of physical, chemical and thermo formable properties.
12mm - 3680 X 760 MM= 30.10 Sq. Ft.
6mm - 2490 X760 MM- 20.40 Sq. Ft.
4mm* - 2490 X760MM - 20.40 Sq. Ft
12mm - Approximate 60 KGS depending on colors
6mm - Approximately 20 KGS depending on colors
*Subject to minimum quantity & available against specific project requirement in selected colors.
Wipe with sponge or wet cloth.
For Basic stains use mild household detergent or general purpose cleaner.
Periodically go over with mild abrasive cleaner to maintain a uniform appearance.
To prevent heat damage, avoid placing hot pans, cookers etc. directly on the surface. Preferably use trivets with rubber feet.
Avoid contact with harsh chemical like oven cleaners, paint removers etc. Refer chemical data sheet.
Avoid direct cutting on the solid surface base, use cutting boards.
For persistent stains & damages, consult professional to buff and polish it.
Always use dunes matching adhesive for seamless finish.
Most countertops have a matte finish. On this finish, rub the stain with an abrasive cleanser such as Ajax or Comet and a maroon or green Scotch-Brite pad with water. Always rub in a circular motion. Rinse and towel dry. Rubbing the entire surface occasionally will maintain the finish.
Hand sand the cut or scratch using 220 grit paper, sanding in a circular motion. Follow by using a 320 or 400 grit paper, again in a circular motion, and rub the area with a maroon or green Scotch- Brite.
Use a non-abrasive cleanser with diluted bleach, rubbing with a white Scotch-Brite pad. Rinse and towel dry. A non-abrasive polish may be used to enhance the shine.
Sand the area as described for a matte finish. Follow with a white rubbing compound such as Soft Scrub applied with a soft cloth and then rub the area with a white Scotch-Brite pad.
If the counter has a polished or high-gloss finish (not recommended for countertops or other high-use or high traffic areas) use a bleaching, non-abrasive cleanser applied with a sponge or use a white polishing compound rubbed with a soft cloth.
Sand the area as described for a semi-gloss finish. Follow with 600 grit paper, always sand in a circular motion. Buff the area with a white polishing compound using a low-speed polisher equipped with a wool pad. If desired, a non-abrasive countertop polish may be applied.
Note:White or maroon Scotch-Brite® pads are usually available at most hardware stores.
Always use a hot pad or a trivet with rubber feet under heat producing appliances or hot pots and pans
Never cut directly on the surface of the countertop. Always use a cutting board.
Do not allow harsh chemicals such as acetone (nail polish remover), drain or oven cleaners or paint removers come into contact with the countertop. Wash these chemicals off with water immediately if they touch the surface.
Avoid sliding hard objects across the countertop as this can cause scratches. Placing felt protectors on the bottom of these objects will greatly reduce the risk of scratching.
Always run cool water into the sink simultaneously when using an instant hot water dispenser or pouring boiling water into a Dunes sink.