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  • Elianastar

    How to Clean a Stainless Steel Sink - DIY... this is a great site for all sorts of DIY cleaning tips, tricks, and processes

  • Barbara Vivenzio

    cleaning stainless steel sinks First, rinse the whole sink with water. Sprinkle baking soda over the entire sink.Scrub the stainless steel sink basin and fixtures with a soft- to medium-bristled brush. After you've finished scrubbing, spray undiluted white vinegar over the baking soda residue left on the sink.Use the same process to clean sink strainers. Rinse the sink with tap water.

  • Evie Witham

    Cleaning stainless steal sinks

  • Lacahne Lewis

    Make your sinks/tub/shower sparkle: Baking Soda, Vinegar, and water. Looks like the web site also has other cleaning tips on cleaning "anything".

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