Mar 14, 2013, 10:57 PMJohn marrison
Remove Scratch Marks From Stainless Steel Sinks
Stainless steel sinks add a modern, professional touch to any kitchen. Unlike enameled cast iron or porcelain sinks, stainless steel is susceptible to scratch marks from contact with utensils and cookware. While stainless steel sinks resist rust, corrosion and stains, they require special care and cleaning methods to maintain their shiny metallic finish. Clean your stainless steel sink with a mild abrasive to remove small scratches, and protect it with a light coat of oil.
* Sprinkle an even layer of stainless steel cleaner on the sink according to the package instructions.
* Rub the stainless steel sink with a wet sponge in small, circular motions to remove any scratch marks.
* Rinse the stainless steel sink thoroughly with water, and dry it with a towel.
Mar 16, 2013, 10:30 AMsissy77
I use auto polish for chrome and if I don't have it I just use the new stainless steel cleaners in the spray cans from pledge