How to clean and shine a stainless steel sink.
First, spray the sink with vinegar. Sprinkle baking soda over every surface. Wait ten minutes. While you are waiting, boil some water. After the ten minutes is up, rinse all the baking soda and vinegar away with the boiling water. Next, scrub the sink with more baking soda. Rinse. Apply Goo Gone and wipe off. End by rubbing olive oil into the surface. Buff and shine until everything looks sparkly clean.
But I know what you really want to see are the before and after shots, so here you go:
Well I’ll be…that sink is shining like the top of the Chrysler building!
When my husband got home from work, he said, “Did you clean the sink or something? It looks really shiny!” That’s when I knew that the test was a success. If the husband notices, it must be pretty obvious, right?! Ha Ha.
And since things in the sink area were looking so schnazzy, I decided to switch out my dish soap and hand soap bottles for something a little prettier: