I assume (yea, I know) that you have a brush finished sink. This
finish is accomplished with these:
Get a green and a purple. The green will probably give you the
finish you want.
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
DanG (remove the sevens)
Once you get the sink thoroughly clean with one of the previous
suggestions, try polishing it with vegetable oil (plain old corn oil or
whatever). I have older SS sinks, and that makes them shine more than
any of the MANY other things I've tried.
On 12 Sep 2006 16:09:53 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
A garage or metal workshop will find one of those waterless hand
cleaner pastes. It has a powerful but non corrosive non toxic solvent
plus a mild abrasive in powdered pumice. I find it excellent for
cleaning bath tiles, the bath, cultured marble sinks and the kitchen
sink plus a lot else. This includes restoring grungy plastic items.
You don't even require gloves .
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