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Tips To Clean Your Stainless Steel Sink

How to clean the most popular sink material — Stainless Steel Sink. 
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Daily cleaning is a must

Rinse the sink with water whenever it is used during food preparation. Once a week for a deeper cleaning is sufficient. Image Source - www.themanual.com​

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Use a microfiber cloth

A microfiber cloth is excellent at absorbing water. Hence, use it to dry the sink thoroughly after cleaning and keep the sink looking shiny. Image Source - www.realsimple.com​

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Baking soda

Baking soda helps remove stuck-on food and greasy residue from the sink. Image Source - mollymaid.ca​

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How to scrub the sink

Use a soft-bristled scrub to clean the sink and prevent scratches. Image Source - bookdirtbusters.com

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Tips To Clean Your Stainless Steel Sink

How to clean the most popular sink material — Stainless Steel Sink. 
Image Source - www.qualitybath.com​


Pin it {{item.title}}
{{item.title}}

Daily cleaning is a must

Rinse the sink with water whenever it is used during food preparation. Once a week for a deeper cleaning is sufficient. Image Source - www.themanual.com​

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Use a microfiber cloth

A microfiber cloth is excellent at absorbing water. Hence, use it to dry the sink thoroughly after cleaning and keep the sink looking shiny. Image Source - www.realsimple.com​

Pin it {{item.title}}
{{item.title}}

Baking soda

Baking soda helps remove stuck-on food and greasy residue from the sink. Image Source - mollymaid.ca​

Pin it {{item.title}}
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How to scrub the sink

Use a soft-bristled scrub to clean the sink and prevent scratches. Image Source - bookdirtbusters.com

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