Gout on stainless steel sink

by M

Help, my husband did some tile work and cleaned all his tools and equipment in a brand new stainless sink. How do I clean the stainless steel sink now that's it's coated?

  9 answers
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 08, 2016
    I would try making a paste with baking soda and water. Rub into the stillness steel and leave on long enough for it to aid in lifting the grout If that does not work you can also try bar keepers friend.
  • Pam Pam on Mar 08, 2016
    Hopefully there are no globs of grout (if there are try to pop them off NOT scrape). If it's just the film and haze it will come clean. I only use baking soda and hydrogen peroxide with a scrub daddy on mine. It's new also. Afterward you can rub in a little olive oil and buff off for a spectacular shine!
  • Liz Liz on Mar 08, 2016
    Oh No! Can a stainless steel sink get 'gout'?
  • Robert Young Robert Young on Mar 09, 2016
    Oooooh! - That makes my toe hurt! (LOL)
  • Rocky Catt Rocky Catt on Mar 09, 2016
    don't rub it it will scratch try soakinin wilth oil vegetable and dawn detergent AND USE CAR CLEANING PRODUCTS
  • Mid2739409 Mid2739409 on Mar 09, 2016
    Try a magic eraser.
  • Beate Gravel Beate Gravel on Mar 09, 2016
    Try goo gone can be bought at Canadian Tire or any hardwood store
  • LD LD on Mar 09, 2016
    Bar Keepers Friend, CLR or Stainless Steel Cleaner made for sinks. The important thing is to remember to go with the grain of the stainless steel so you don't create scratches.
  • Nana Vaughn Nana Vaughn on Mar 10, 2016
    I would coat the sink in WD-40 and let it sit for a while. Then try to remove it with a rag. I use WD-40 to clean grout off my hands and work table.