Kerrock maintenance

Kerrock is very popular because of its easy cleaning and maintenance, because stains can be easily cleaned with water and ordinary cleaning detergents.

Cleaning Kerrock is easy, as stains can be easily removed with just water and regular non-abrasive detergents. Stubborn stains can be removed with abrasive cleaners and a cleaning sponge such as e.g. Vileda.

For high gloss and freshness of paints, fine abrasives or special Keril cleaner are recommended for cleaning. Complete restoration of Kerrock surfaces is possible by sanding and polishing.

Kerrock surfaces can be periodically disinfected with a chlorine-based household bleach solution (water to bleach ratio 1: 1). Follow the instructions for use of bleach and rinse the surface thoroughly with running water after the procedure.

Kerrock is well heat-resistant, but we still advise you not to place hot items that you have just taken from the oven or hob (eg baking trays, hot dishes, ...) directly on it. Use storage pads instead. Kerrock should not be exposed to direct flame or a very hot body, as there may be a change in the color of the material or a crack.

Tip: We recommend that induction hobs be installed in Kerrock counters.

  • do not cut directly on Kerrock surfaces (cutting boards are intended for this),
  • Do not expose Kerrock to very strong chemicals,
  • when pouring boiling water into a sink or washbasin made from Kerrock, also run cold running water.

Kerrock is a homogeneous material, so minor cuts and scratches can be removed by fine sanding. For an even surface of the product, it is necessary to grind a larger part of the surface around the incision or scratch, so we advise you that we do this for you.

The manufacturer of Kerrock (Kolpa d.d.) guarantees a ten-year warranty on the quality of the material.