Make your Stainless Steel Sink Gleam
Is your kitchen sink looking a little worse for wear? The great thing about a stainless steel sink is that it’s really easy to make it look like new in no time.
Even the grimiest sink can be cleaned quickly and easily when it’s made from stainless steel. There are plenty of suitable commercial cleaning products, but normal household goods are better for the environment and your family’s health and wellbeing. It just takes a little know-how…
• Make a simple paste of baking soda and water and use this to clean your sink; stubborn bits might benefit from using a very gentle, fine steel wool as well. The sink will be cleaned and hairline scratches in the surface will be removed.
• Water spots will disappear when you use a little white vinegar on a sponge.
• Rust will come away with a little rubbing alcohol.
• If you have extremely stubborn stains on your stainless sink, mix one part hydrogen peroxide with three parts cream of tartar and buff the stain with a cloth. Allow the mixture to sit and dry, then wipe off with a wet sponge.
• Another option is to pour a small amount of olive oil on a cloth and wipe over the stainless steel surface. Then do the same, going over with a cloth dipped in white vinegar.
• To polish a clean sink so that it gleams and shines, use a few tablespoons of all purpose flour with a dry cloth to rub and polish. Alternatively, buff the sink with club soda.
• For fast everyday cleaning, mix equal parts white vinegar and water in a spray bottle, and use this to spray over the stainless surface and wipe off with a clean, dry cloth.
• When you clean your sink, always dry it with a clean, dry cloth or chamois to soak up residue, buff the surface, and make it shine like new.
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