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How to Clean Your Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink
Salt and Baking Soda to clean your stainless steal sink! Non-Toxic and readily available in your pantry! I have found so many uses for baking soda, I now buy it in 20 pound bags in the pool supply section at Walmart!! 7 bucks.
Cleaning stainless steel. For tougher jobs: mix 3 parts cream of tartar with 1 part hydrogen peroxide and then using a damp cloth, massage the mix into the surface. Let dry then wipe with a damp cloth. OR...1 part vinegar, 1 part hot water, 1/2 part baking soda. Scrub mixture into surface using a damp sponge or cloth. Rinse well then dry with a cloth.
Step-by-step to a shiny, clean stainless sink. I thought I knew how to clean a sink, but this has some good detail tips that I didn't know!
Learn how to clean stainless steel appliances and be free of smudges and fingerprints at TidyMom.net