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How to Clean Stainless Steel Sinks and Make Them Shine

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Making you stainless steel sink shine is easy and you don't need to go out and buy expensive products. All you need is
*Water
*Soap
*Baking Soda
*Cleaning Cloth
*Oil (ex. cooking oil, baby oil, mineral oil, ect)
Applying oil to the sink after thorough cleaning will help to get rid of remaining grime and help the sink stay cleaner for longer. You can also use this method to clean stainless steel appliances.

To see more: http://www.kiwiservices.com/angela-says/the-secret-to-cleaning-stainless-steel-sinks/

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  • Lulit Senay

    good idea oil thanks

  • Sandy
    Sandy Joppa, MD

    Fly lady says after scub with bar keepers or comet, whatever, fill sink with hot water to the top, add 1/2 cup bleach, leave in at least 1 hour. Use tongs to remove drain, or scoop out some water so it won't over flow, where gloves to remove drain

  • Cvmarin
    Cvmarin Chalfont, PA

    But that's too shiney and clean to use now! Better go out to eat!

  • Lisarae
    Lisarae Safety Harbor, FL

    Thank you so much, doing now

  • Michelle
    Michelle Pasadena, MD

    I think its the stainless appliances they dont want you to use bleach on. Its great for the kitchen sink and is the only sure way you can kill bacteria from spreading to foods. I always clean w bleach after handling raw meat including seafood.

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