Make Your Stainless Steel Sink Shine - My Natural Secret Ingredient

Spots on my new stainless steel sink really drive me crazy! I've been using a natural secret ingredient to keep it shiny longer! Visit our blog for step by step how tos.
I love a shiny sink like this!
I hate hard water spots like this! Yuck!
First, clean your sink really good, rinse and dry.
Secret Ingredient!!! Olive Oil.
Using a small amount of olive oil on a paper towel, buff your sink and watch it shine!
A really shiny sink makes me SMILE!

DeeDee
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  • Judith Watson Judith Watson on Dec 14, 2018

    I have found that Olive Oil will not remove water STAINS that are from lime build up. Try Lime Away or Vinegar to remove those. Then rinse well, then use the Olive Oil. It is for water spots only.

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    • Judith Watson Judith Watson on Dec 16, 2019

      Any vinegar will work. But I usually use white cleaning vinegar. I let it sit a bit on spots and then buff off wth a cloth or sponge. Rinse. Then use the olive oil.

  • Ki Ki on Feb 20, 2019

    you should try barkeepers friend in liquid. Clean the sink then you rub down with alcohol and then just use baby oil and wipe sink really well. My mom's stainless sink and countertop cutting area are 54 years old and still look new. The builder 50 years ago told her this was the secret.

    • DeeDee DeeDee on Feb 20, 2019

      Hi there! I do sometimes use the powder version of Bar Keepers friend, its cheaper. I use olive oil because I don't want the perfume of baby oil in my sink around dishes and foods. Awesome tips though!

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