Green Cleaning Tip: Shiny Stainless Sink


Green Cleaning Tip: How to get your sink to shiny naturally.

The first thing you want to do is clean your sink. I just use hot soapy water, but for a really deep clean I’ll follow up with a vinegar rinse to sanitize.

Once your sink is clean, you’ll want to dry it well.

The trick to getting that new shine on stainless steel is olive oil! Using a dry rag, rub a thin coat of olive oil on all of the surfaces of your sink.

Your sink will sparkle like the first day it was installed!

To keep the shine, take the family out for dinner!

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2 Responses to Green Cleaning Tip: Shiny Stainless Sink

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  2. Tara says:

    This is very good information! I know because I use it on every sink and stainless steel appliance that we clean! The oil not only shines but protects!

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