Moroccan ceramic sinks - FAQ

Moroccan sinks - Frequently Asked Questions

1. Is the sinks are durable?
Yes, the sinks are very durable. Thanks to a centuries-old technique of the product, high quality raw materials and through careful production process

Habiba - marokańska umywalka nablatowa

Habiba - Moroccan sink vanity

basins are characterized by a very high durability. Quality basins has been confirmed by the European attributed CE safety certificate. Sinks successfully passed laboratory tests for heat resistance, stain, abrasion and scratches. Please be informed that the sinks are made from ceramics and pottery, as each may be damaged in the event of misuse.

2. Does the patterns on the basin are resistant to abrasion?
Yes, the patterns in the sinks are resistant to mechanical and chemical damage. Since each element pattern is formed using the ink, which is also part of the glazing, designs are resistant to abrasion and scratching. In the case of scratching the surface of the sink (unfortunately not yet invented titanium coatings on the sink), the pattern remains intact, due to the fact that the basin is covered with a thick layer of paint and / or enamel.

3. Is sinks are safe for health?
Yes, our bowls are safe for health. All the raw materials used in production are of natural origin. The pigments contained in the glazing does not contain lead.

4. Does the sink have an overflow hole?
Yes, all ceramic sinks in our shop (both bench-top and recessed) have an overflow hole.

5. What is the size of the drain hole?
All ceramic sinks have a standard drain opening.

6. What is the process of production basins?
Process of making basins begins with the mixing of two types of clay. Mixed clay is allowed to soak in the water,

Khadija - Umywalka ceramiczna z Maroka

Khadija - ceramic basin from Morocco

to increase the quality and the possibility of forming clay. After soaking clay excess water is drained, and any impurities are removed, and then the clay is kneaded feet. Pieces of clay are placed in molds (depending on the type of sink) and so formed sink is left to dry for a period of eight to twelve weeks. The first firing of clay is carried out at 850 degrees. Each sink is covered with a natural glaze ceramic, which gives the characteristic luster and color. After applying the glaze sinks are hand-coated with paint formulas prepared with mineral pigments. Sink is fired again, but this time at 1050 degrees for durability and has become the ultimate glory.

7. Is in a store, you can see your sink?
At the moment, we do not store, but in the near future we intend to expose the individual products in the largest bathroom showrooms throughout the country, to help customers make decisions.

8. Does the sink will be exactly as pictured
Due to the fact that each sink is hand painted (pattern also is hand-applied) and is unique, washbasin delivered may slightly differ from the bowl presented in the photograph. Differences can only be noticeable only in the case of fine detail design.

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Colours of Morocco - hand painted ceramic sinks, tiles and batteries directly from Morocco. The range we also have a hand-forged sinks and soap dishes straight from słonczego Morocco.
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3 Responses to "Moroccan ceramic sinks - FAQ"

  1. Beautiful sink. Khadija charmed me the most. I would see it in my bathroom. I have to admit that your products are really top quality and unique style. I wish you luck, but I think that without him handle it, because I are doing a good job.

  2. We just received a new shipment of Morocco. Soon Moroccan tiles and Moroccan basins products will appear on the site.

    Welcome to

  3. Marlena says:

    Bull! Pozdrowiania for you

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