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Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean & Shiny


Do you have a stainless steel sink in your kitchen? Do you need to know how to best clean it and get it looking shiny?! Here are some tips that have worked for me.
getting a stainless steel sink clean shiny, cleaning tips
To get some scrubbing action, I love to use some table salt and a lime half. I simply sprinkle the salt all over the bottom of the sink and use the lime to rub it in.
getting a stainless steel sink clean shiny, cleaning tips
To get even more cleaning power, I will sometimes use baking soda. Again, sprinkle baking soda all over the bottom of the sink and then rub it in with paper towels. Wipe away clean.
getting a stainless steel sink clean shiny, cleaning tips
To see how I get my sink *super* shiny (like the above picture) and to see more pictures, please visit the blog post below.

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  • Mar10114433
    on Oct 5, 2016

    my mom do this for many years

  • Ronda Scott
    on Jan 4, 2017

    I like to use WD-40 it is just spray it on let set for about 5 minutes and wipe with a paper towel. Clean and Shiny, and it stays that way for a long while.

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