How to clean your stainless steel sink


All you need to clean a stainless steel sink is baking soda, distilled white vinegar, and a bit of scrubbing. Baking soda is a natural cleaner you can use all over the house—and it’s safe for stainless steel. Distilled white vinegar is also a natural cleaner, as well as a disinfectant, and is safe to use on stainless steel sinks.

So grab your natural cleaners, a soft cloth, and let’s get going to make your stainless steel sink shine.

  • Rinse out the sink with hot water and some dish soap.

  • Sprinkle baking soda all over the sink.

  • Use a soft cloth to rub the baking soda in the grain’s direction.

  • Spray distilled white vinegar all over the sink.

  • Once the bubbling and fizzing stop, rinse the sink with hot water.

  • Dry the entire sink with a microfiber cloth.

  • Use a dry microfiber cloth to buff the stainless steel.

The mild abrasiveness of baking soda and the acidity of vinegar combine to cut through greasy residue, disinfect, and dissolve calcium deposits that cause water spots.

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