•It is this accumulation of lime scale and water stains that make it lose its sparkle and look grimy.
•Then rinse it off with water to remove any food residue.
Stainless steel often times become stained over time.
It is this accumulation of lime scale and water stains that make it lose its sparkle and look grimy.
It is always advised to clean your sink with the necessary tools and equipment first. Steel wool, scrubbing brushes, abrasive sponges and chemicals can all damage stainless steel.
This is why you only need these minimal ingredients.
- Dishwasher soap or liquid soap
- Baking soda
First, remove all dishes from the sink. Then rinse it off with water to remove any food residue. Remember if you want your sink to function properly, always remove all the food particles left on the utensils, before you begin cleaning.
Food particles should never go down your drain.
Then sprinkle the damp sink with baking soda, both inside and around. Baking soda also helps with a bad-smelling sink.
Using a wet sponge, scrub the sink, baking soda acts as an abrasive cleaner, but it is gentle enough not to scratch the sink surface.
Rinse away the baking soda, then go in with the dish soap. Rinse the sink thoroughly.
Get a spray bottle and fill it with vinegar. Vinegar acts as a natural disinfectant and water stain remover. Buff the vinegar on the sink and surface then go in to polish with a clean cloth.