Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink Cleaning can be different but equally good, one is natural, the other, using a chemical powder. Below are 2 ways to clean a Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink. Try both ways for yourself to see if you can tell any difference between them.
- The Natural way is to use Baking Soda and White, Distilled Vinegar. Wet the sink, first. Then, sprinkle a little Baking Soda on it. Use a Terry Cloth Rag or any soft rag to work the Baking Soda into the Stainless Steel Sink. Get into all the crevices, corners, and back faucet areas, including the faucets. Rinse the Baking Soda off with water. Dry the sink a little. Then, pour a little vinegar on the Stainless Steel Sink and use a different rag to work it into the sink. All the spots will come out and your Stainless Steel Sink will be disinfected. Dry your sink. It will look sparkling and shiny.
- The Chemical way to clean a Stainless Steel Sink is to use any cleansing powder with bleach- e.g. Comet, Ajax, etc. This will also clean and sanitize your Stainless Steel Sink. Spray your sink with water before you start. Then, Sprinkle the Cleansing Powder on your sink. Rub it in with a Terry Cloth rag. Do not scrub with a scrubbing sponge, as your Stainless Steel Sink will scratch. Keep rubbing with your Terry Rag, especially around the faucets and corners. Rinse very well with water to remove the powder. Dry with a clean, dry Terry rag. Your sink will also be disinfected and clean.