If you have a stainless steel kitchen sink like me, then you know
how dingy and gross it can look, no matter how you clean it. I think I've
tried just about everything...baking soda, vinegar, disinfecting wipes, Trader Joe's
natural cleaner, bleach, Comet, Bar Keeper's Friend.
So when I came across a tutorial on Pinterest on how to make your stainless
steel sink really shine, I knew I had to try this cleaning method.
Here's my sink before. Not too bad, I guess. You can see some of the crud
in the ring around the drains. Eww.
Here's the after:
A lot better, I think. This was several days ago and the sink still looks
pretty clean. I've just been maintaining it with the Trader Joe's cleaner.
Here's the tutorial in case you're interested in trying it:
Though I have to say, her sink looks much better than mine.
I eventually want to get a white cast iron sink.
Do you have one? Are they easy to keep clean, especially if you have well water?
Linking up to Make it Pretty Monday at The Dedicated House.