how to properly clean a stainless steel sink
Stainless steel is a metal alloy made of a combination of metals including nickel and chromium.
When exposed to air, chromium produces chromium oxide protective film on the surface.
If the surface of the sink remains wet or is covered with food or other contaminants, the metal in the sink cannot form a protective layer and is prone to stains and discoloration.
If properly maintained, your sink will last a lifetime and continue to add charm and beauty to any decor.
Be sure to rinse the stainless steel sink after each use.
Washing off residues in food, detergent and hard water will prolong the life of the sink.
Wiping the surface with a clean cloth or tissue helps to catch any residue that the water will not remove separately.
After washing and drying with the sink, use mild detergent or super
Gentle grinding cleaner for scrubbing the surface.
According to the manufacturer\'s instructions on the bottle, always scrub in the direction of the Sink particles.
Most grocery stores and hardware stores usually have this type of cleaners.
Rinse the sink again.
No matter how clean your rinse water is, there will inevitably be dissolved minerals and salt in the rinse water.
When the water evaporates, these minerals/salts are left behind, resulting in ugly water spots that make the appearance of the sink dim.
Dry the sink after flushing to prevent these water spots.
To modify the stained area, olive oil can help remove the stripes and add luster to the stainless steel sink.
Dry the sink thoroughly and add a few drops of olive oil to the paper towel.
Wipe the striped area with wet cloth and tap water and rinse it clean.
Undiluted white vinegar helps to remove fingerprints or hard water deposits.
Just pour the vinegar on the soft cloth and rub in the spots and surrounding areas.
Rinse and dry thoroughly.
To remove fine scratches, use gentle
The grinding cleaner is scrubbed with particles from the sink.
According to the manufacturer\'s instructions for purchasing products in any store.
Keep in mind that steel hair can damage the sink, so wash the stainless steel surface using a nylon brush or other synthetic cleaning pad.
After cleaning, remember to rinse and dry the sink with a soft cloth often!