Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink Revival

Stainless Steel Sink and Green Scrubber

Green Scrubber Pad for Stainless Steel Sink

So you polish your kitchen sink with your favorite stainless steel polish but it still lacks the luster it once held. What you need is a quite simple technique called re-graining. Take a green scrubber pad the kind you normally use for cleaning pots and such and use it like sandpaper to polish the sink. The green scrubber pad actually has tiny bits of metal in it and will scratch out stubborn mineral deposits with moderate pressure. You never want to use the green scrubber pad on fiberglass, white (or other colored) epoxy sinks, porcelain, or countertops, as it will scratch these surfaces. Follow up your re-grain with your favorite stainless steel polish and enjoy the gleam.


~~Shine On~

~~~~~Kung Fu


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