clean stainless steel sinks with a lot of options

 clean stainless steel sinks with a lot of options...clean stainless steel sinks....how to clean stainless steel sinks
Try using  the cheaper home remedies first.. Instead of using harsh chemicals that smell terribly, cost a fortune, and donot completely remove the streaks,

There are a lot of options
 First Routine cleaning Soft Scrub with Bleach:
always wipe it with a dry paper towel when every it is wet and it makes it look like it had been polished.
Be careful
1 ـ Do not use any cleaner with chlorine in it
2ـ Don't get it on your clothes !It has bleach in it!

 IF you have tried something for cleaning stainless steel and it didn’t work like Tea stains and coffee stains or  dried water spots use:
1ـ Baking Soda as a Soft Cleanser:
it removes stubborn stains without scratching the surface of your sink
 Apply a paste of it and scrub with 1/2 a lemon with a wet nonabrasive sponge. You can also scrub with table salt and a lemon.   Rinse the sink with plain water to remove the baking soda.  then follow up with a soft, dry cloth.

OR
soak in a hot solution of washing soda i.e. sodium carbonate. Coffee deposits - soak in a hot solution of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate).
2ـ Lemon oil or Olive Oil:
 Rub stainless steel sinks with olive oil to remove streaks. . Follow up with a soft, dry cloth to polish. The olive oil is safe to use around food prep areas.
or  use lemon oiln with  elbow grease
3ـ White vinegar:
 The acidic qualities of vinegar make this substance perfect for keeping every inch of your home clean
 To clean and polish stainless steel, simply moisten a cloth with undiluted white or cider vinegar and wipe clean. Follow up with a soft, dry cloth to polish. Can also be used to remove heat stains on stainless steel cutlery.
To remove dried water spots: pour vinegar into the sink and allow the liquid to sit overnight. For faucets, soak a clean rag in white vinegar and allow the rag to sit overnight.This works especially well

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4ـ Cream of tartar and Hydrogen peroxide 

try making a paste from 3 parts cream of tartar to 1 part hydrogen peroxide. Use a damp cloth and rub gently into the sink surface, covering the entire thing. Let it dry, and then wipe it off with another damp cloth. Wipe it down with rubbing alcohol, then buff with a soft dry cloth.

If you have any other solutions to this common problem, let me know and I’ll share it with everyone.








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  1. Hi,

    I love seeing before and after pictures and your stainless steel sinks looks amazing! The stainless steel matches well with most appliances, and is easy to maintain. Thanks.

    Stainless Steel Sink

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  2. I agree with you and thank you

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