With time, your once shiny Stainless Steel Sink Colander can become dull, stained and scratched. Restore and preserve the beauty of your stainless steel kitchen sink with regular cleanings and periodic polishings. Remove food, grime, water spots, rust spots and minor scratches in just a few minutes using common household products that work so well you hardly need to use any elbow grease.1. Water & cloth
If you give your stainless steel regular attention, it won't need much cleaning at all. In fact, providing you don't live in a hard-water area, often all you need is some warm water and a cloth.
This method is particularly effective for stainless steel surfaces that don't come into contact with much dirt - drawer handles for example. For best results, use a microfiber cloth.
2. Dish soap & water
To clean stainless steel appliances, something more powerful may be needed. Again, there's no need to reach straight for a cleaning product - a diluted solution of washing up liquid and hot water will do wonders on greasy surfaces.
3. White Vinegar
For fans of natural cleaning, distilled white vinegar is a very effective method for cleaning stainless steel.
Just pour it into a spray bottle, spray all over the appliance or surface and wipe clean with kitchen roll or a dry cloth.