How To Clean & Shine Your Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink

2 Materials
$5
5 Minutes
Easy

Is your Stainless Steel kitchen sink looking dull? Are you looking for a way to get that shine back? Well look no further! Don't worry, it's not complicated to get that shine back, nor do you need to buy new one. You only need two, simple ingredients.


The best part? This method not only restores the shine to your Stainless Steel sink, but it also acts as a super simple and super effective way to clean it! Two for the price of one!

I have been using this product for a while, mainly for the drain and it dawned on me that I never used it for the sink itself. So I thought I'd give it a try.


This product is amazing and does many things!

So I started by sprinkling the soda crystals all over the sink.

After the sink had a good amount of powder, it was time to add the vinegar!

This little trick made my kitchen sink not only cleaner but it also made it sparkle!

For more details check out my blog post what I did next!


https://www.theprettyorganizedlife.com/how-to-make-your-stainless-steel-sink-shine/


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  • Ella Ella on Mar 29, 2019

    I shall give it a try, thanks for the share !

  • Barbara Reid Jackson Barbara Reid Jackson on Oct 03, 2019

    Next time put your vinegar in a spray bottle. First spray the sink with the vinegar then dust the baking soda all over the entire sink. Spray the vinegar over the baking soda, I use a steel wool pad and scrub the sink. Finally after I fill a spray bottle with the hottest water possible and spray it down. Wipe the sink dry, and last step, take a slightly damp cloth and give it generous amount of Old English Oil, wipe down your sink. It looks brand new!

    PS I use the Old English Oil on my frig, dishwasher and stove after cleaning also.

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