Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean & Shiny - Engineer Mommy
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Cleaning a sink is one of those things that’s never a glamorous activity, but it’s something that cannot be neglected either. In fact, it’s totally possible to get a stainless steel sink clean & shiny using stuff you probably have at home already.

I was able to really get my sink nice and shiny using basic ingredients I always have on hand in my kitchen. Are you ready to see the pictures now? Trust me, this is a great transformation.

Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean & Shiny

Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean and Shiny

Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean and Shiny

Now, here is what my sink looked like before the cleaning. Not too bad, from this shot. But trust me, it wasn’t pretty up close!

Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean and Shiny

Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean and Shiny


And here are some of the supplies I used: regular table salt and a lime half!
Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean and Shiny

Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean and Shiny


I simply sprinkled the salt all over the sink and used the lime to scrub it clean!
Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean and Shiny

Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean and Shiny


And then I wanted to make it even cleaner, so then I sprinkled some baking soda on top. I used a paper towel to wipe that away.
Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean and Shiny

Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean and Shiny


To get extra shine, I simply used a bit of vegetable oil and buffed it in! It was so easy and I love how clean & shiny my sink is now!
Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean and Shiny

Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean and Shiny

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 January 11, 2016  Posted by

5 Responses to “Getting a Stainless Steel Sink Clean & Shiny”

  1. Don’t have stainless steel sink but do have stainless dishwasher front. Our sink is white porcelain, not hard to keep clean if it’s done regularly which I sure try to do. Now hubs he doesn’t get it. Have to clean that sink before doing dishes, working with food. Think will make little sign. Great post, appreciate info.
    Happy week

  2. Why lime and not lemon? Will it make a difference? Just wondering if I use lemon if I can expect the same level of clean.

  3. Thank you.

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