Asked on Apr 30, 2017

How can I clean built up grime off a stainless steel sink?

DavidShevawn MartinJanet Pizaro


5 answers
  • Goldrushgal
    on Apr 30, 2017

    You can use a stainless steel cleaner. If you want no chemicals give your sink a good scouring with dish soap and a green scrubby, rinse and polish with a folded piece of aluminum foil, refolding as each side gets grimey . Then finish by buffing your sink with a paper towel and a little Olive or coconut oil. I do this from time to time and my 35 year old stainless sink shines like new.
  • Jackie Sherman
    on Apr 30, 2017

    I make a paste with baking soda and peroxide and a dab of blue dawn dish soap, and spread it around the sink then scrub it with scrubby sponge. You will be amazed just how spakling clean your sink will be. This will also take off the baked on grease from the bottoms of cookie trays and the under sides of pans that you have neglected over time. It will not harm the finishes either.

  • Janet Pizaro
    on Apr 30, 2017

    Try bar keepers friend.
  • Shevawn Martin
    on Apr 30, 2017

    Bar Keepers Friend is a good product, but sometimes you just need the chemicals to get the grime off. I use CLR for those times, and a little bit will go a long way. Good luck!
  • David
    on Apr 30, 2017

    Mix vinegar and baking soda, wipe and rub with wash cloth.
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