Quickly Clean Stainless Steel Handmade Sink

Update:08 Dec 2018

A clean kitchen is a wonderful kitchen. That’s why we’ve specifically designed caida Handmade Sink products and systems for easy to maintenance. So you can feel comfortable and confident every time you use your kitchen.

Stainless steel sinks are a common choice for many homeowners because they are easy to maintain. Although stainless steel will hold up for years of daily use, it can still become dull and collect water spots. Here are a few tips you may find particularly helpful to keep your sink shining.

Using a soft cloth or sponge, wipe in the same direction as the polish lines.

Any standard stainless steel cleaner will do but keep in mind that most cleaners contain chlorides. This means you will need to rinse the sink once you are done scrubbing to help prevent any steel corrosion.

Cleaning green is a preference for many so check out this do it yourself cleaner. Try scrubbing with baking soda and then rinsing your sink with vinegar.

Don’t leave steel or cast-iron cookware in your sink because they can cause rust to collect on the sink’s surface (this includes steel wool or any cleaning utensils containing metals).

Any metal surface will show water or mineral spots if left to air dry, so make sure to wipe your sink down after use.

Wipe down the Stainless Steel Sink Colander with a dry towel or sponge after cleaning or any time after use to prevent water spots and rust from developing on the stainless steel surface.