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Yes, no matter if a stainless steel sink is number one on your list of kitchen sink ideas or if you already have a stainless steel sink that needs some serious TLC, keeping it clean is incredibly important.In fact, Ava from Unclutterer even suggests using baby oil on a clean sink to give your stainless steel sink the shine you’re after. For stubborn dirt stuck onto stainless steel, Laura says you can actually use leftover ash from your fireplace or woodburning stove to form a paste (or lye) to remove it.
Whether you need to move clean dishes to the left or shift them to the right, we’ve got you covered with a variety of stainless steel single kitchen sinks fitted with drainers either side, in lots of shapes and sizes.
Take a sharp edge, such as a butter knife, and clean around the rim of the sink, just like you would clean dirt out from under your fingernails. You can cut a lemon in half, sprinkle on baking soda and scrub to clean, leaving the sink smelling fresh using natural products. While the lemon and baking soda react to create an effective cleaning product that will break down any loose debris or stains, the light abrasive nature of the baking soda will also give your stainless steel sink a deep clean without scratching the surface.
I can’t be there to give you a big hug, but I know how good it feels to see yourself in your kitchen sink. If you don’t have tongs, then scoop some of the water out of the sink into the other sink and use your hand to pull the plug. When you’re confident that your sink is as clean as possible, you can then get to work on bringing the shine back.
Despite its name, stainless steel can become stained over time, as well as accumulate limescale, so it loses its sparkle and looks grimy. And with all manner of liquids and more going down the drain, regular cleaning is a must to keep up kitchen hygiene.