I pinned a few different tutorials on how to clean a stainless steel sink, without ever looking at the direct link. Today, I searched those pins and I ended up not having all the necessary items to accomplish this task (lemon juice, baby oil). So, I googled this topic and the first one I came across only required two items: baking soda and vinegar. Sold! Let’s do this!
Here is a shot of what our sink was doing before the deep cleaning (one year old). Of course, I clean the sink, but have never done a deep cleaning of the stainless. You can see the discoloration below.
Rinse the sink with water. Shake baking soda all over the sink.
Scrub with a non-abrasive scrubber (I keep this one from Walmart under my sink for cleaning). Look how quickly this started working! I’m excited and grossed out all at the same time! :)
Next, spray vinegar all over the sink (on top of the left over baking soda gunk). This acts as a disinfectant. I find it handy to just keep a spray bottle of vinegar under the sink too.
After spraying the vinegar, it is time to rinse and admire your shiny, clean sink!
While I was at it, I deep cleaned the faucet and sink mats too.
This was super simple and it worked! It’s the little things, people…
I discovered this method at http://www.howtocleanthings.com/surfaces/stainlesssteel/how-to-clean-a-stainless-steel-sink.htm.
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