How can I cover the scratches on my white Belfast sink?

by Helene

I haven't been careful when washing dishes in my Belfast sink and it has tiny scratches ,

  2 answers
  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Aug 07, 2019

    Rubbing baking soda into the scratches will cover them. However over time they will reappear.

    • Helene Helene on Aug 07, 2019

      Thank you Kathy I will try this ,I actually bought a cover scratch paint but it was expensive for a bottle the size of a small bottle of tipex

  • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Aug 07, 2019

    what is it made of natural stone,porcelain? are the scratches just surface scratches? gray in color? or down into the finish? Belfast only means a style type of sink could be any number of finshes. Belfast sinks were originally designed in Belfast,usually made with ceramic . ... The main purpose of the overflow weir is actually to let air into the drain when the sink is full, preventing a vacuum-effect that can result in slow draining. Just use Comet Cleaser helps removes any staining too or you can use a paste made from baking soda and a little dawn dish soap green scubber's the sameas cleaning any porcelain bath fixtures unless it's made of some type natural stone like quartz,marble or even copper putting a small dishtowel in bottom of sink when doing lrg pots and pans or cast iron or heavy glass dishes helps protect from scratching