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How do I get my stainless steel sink REALLY shiny?

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BethAndHerBrood Mon 29-Jun-09 11:31:48

I know, duller than a dull day in dullsville, but I can't get my sink to gleam and shine!

What can I use so I can see my face in it?

NorbertDentressangle Mon 29-Jun-09 11:33:24

Believe it or not there is a product called Shiny Sinks !

Its a creamy liquid. We use it on our hob too

sandcastles Mon 29-Jun-09 11:34:54

Baby oil

BethAndHerBrood Mon 29-Jun-09 11:35:18

PMSL at "shiny sinks" !!!!

Shall look for it, thanks.

BethAndHerBrood Mon 29-Jun-09 11:36:21

Baby oil?

Used as a final coating after cleaning?
Does it not make the sink all greasy?

islandofsodor Mon 29-Jun-09 11:42:12

Brillo pads followed by window cleaner.

LadyOfWaffle Mon 29-Jun-09 11:43:19

shiny sinks or brillo then window cleaner

lockets Mon 29-Jun-09 11:44:30

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BethAndHerBrood Mon 29-Jun-09 11:49:13

I shall try the baby oil, If I can find it. Thanks all.

lockets Mon 29-Jun-09 11:51:08

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LadyOfWaffle Mon 29-Jun-09 14:39:20

How do you all apply the baby oil? When I did mine with it before it looked all smeary...

BethAndHerBrood Mon 29-Jun-09 15:31:23

Don't worry lockets, it's highly unlikely I will become obsessed with cleaning!!

ChristieF Tue 14-Jul-09 12:23:40

I've read that you can use spray polish like Mr Sheen. Please check a small bit first. Trouble with any oil is it attracts dust and dirt.

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