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Vinegar and oil Put some vinegar in a spray bottle. Spray down your sink. Use a microfiber cloth to wipe in the direction of the grain and clean the sink. Rinse well. When it is clean and streak free, take the cloth and dip it in olive oil or baby oil. Wipe the sink down in the direction of the grain with the oil. This will add a protective shine to your sink and stainless steel. I have delt with eSpares before so noting the oven's model number and looking up a bulb was easy, even on a twenty year old cooker.
Now if you have a stainless steel sink, I recommend all of the above directions with one extra instruction added: after you soak your sink, rinse well, and use SOS pads to scrub it. This will buff the finish. It will look like new. Shiny Sinks is an excellent stainless steel cream cleanser, which prevents limescale build-up if used regularly. It will revive renew and restore your sink, making it look as good as new. To do this, simply apply a few drops of baby oil to a soft cloth and rub it in the direction of the grain. Mistakes to avoid when cleaning a stainless steel sink
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Dish soap is a great cleaner for stainless steel sinks, and one you’ll already have to hand. If you prefer to use a specialist product, Sara San Angelo aka The Cleaning Lady says, ‘ Bar Keeper’s Friend is the best thing I've used to clean stainless steel sinks.It is non-abrasive and will not harm the finish. And your sink will shine like new!’ What will damage stainless steel?
In fact, our Ideal Home writer Jullia Joson, found that using a mixture of vinegar and baking soda was the best way to clean her stainless steel sink when she tried it herself. 3. Use cream of tartar