Stainless Steel Sink

(16 Posts)
PastaandCheese Fri 23-May-14 10:39:39

For the record I wouldn't have chosen it but it came with the house!

I hate stainless steel because of the never ending water marks. Are there are miracle products I can use to keep it shiny and streak free?

The best thing I've found is a scrub with old school Cif cream but really I'd like something I can use everyday quickly...... Any ideas gratefully received.

mrsmopps Fri 23-May-14 11:47:30

buff with a micro fibre cloth after cleaning

wowfudge Fri 23-May-14 12:05:33

I know it's not what you've asked, but stainless steel is very hygienic and I just wouldn't worry about it.

PastaandCheese Fri 23-May-14 13:22:23

Thanks mrsmopps I'll give that a go.

That's good to know wow but it just looks all sad and splashed.

PastaandCheese Fri 23-May-14 13:23:14

Thanks mrsmopps I'll give that a go.

That's good to know wow but it just looks all sad and splashed.

Dfg15 Fri 23-May-14 13:25:08

A product called 'Shiny Sinks' is your friend here. Sainsbury and most other supermarkets sell it. Its amazing stuff.

PaulinesPen Fri 23-May-14 13:28:36

I second Shiny Sinks. I have to buy it on Ebay though cos I can never find it in the supermarket.

Dfg15 Fri 23-May-14 13:40:29

I actually thought it had been discontinued, but found it in Sainsbury again recently and have also seen in Morrisons and Tesco

PastaandCheese Fri 23-May-14 13:51:11

I shop with Ocado and they have it so I've just ordered some.

Had great reviews.

Thank you.

PastaandCheese Fri 23-May-14 13:52:38

I shop with Ocado and they have it so I've just ordered some.

Had great reviews.

Thank you.

PastaandCheese Fri 23-May-14 13:52:51

I shop with Ocado and they have it so I've just ordered some.

Had great reviews.

Thank you.

PastaandCheese Fri 23-May-14 14:19:51

I have no idea why that's posted three time. confused

Frontdoorstep Fri 23-May-14 19:22:16

I just put on a very weak solution of bleach, wipe over the whole sink and buff with a cloth.

thean Sat 24-May-14 11:41:19

Put a small amount of baby oil on a dry cloth or kitchen roll and buff with that. Brings it up lovely.

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 24-May-14 12:03:26

I use ordinary smart price vinegar on a cloth.

FamiliesShareGerms Sat 24-May-14 12:19:36

Getting our sink clean is easy enough, it's just that it needs doing every time we use it. Is there nothing to form done type of barrier to keep it nice and shiny?

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