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hi, we live in a hard water area and the sink always looks horrible - i'd love to get it all shiny and new looking. i have tried cif and cillit bang to no avail, what works?
When mine gets bad I fill the sink with bleach and water and leave to soak for a few mins then empty rinse and wipe - polishing after with window cleaning stuff is apparently effective too.
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I bought some stuff from Tesco called "Shiney Sinks". T'is recommended by Franke dontcha know!And it smells nice and works a treat
another one here for bleach and water, just wipe over with kitchen roll after
Yes to Barkeepers friend. gets all white limey marks off
the bleach and water didn't work, so will give shiney sinks a go.. i have a franke sink so it had better work!
Limelite is brilliant. If I don't use it my sink looks crusty and about a million years ago. But when I do it GLEAMS, seriously.
Toothpaste is good for tea/coffee stains round the plughole. Cut open the tube to reach the last remains that won't squeeze out. I, too, use Limelite & Shiny Sinks for the limescale. Try to wipe it down daily, so it doesn't build up.
How to clean your kitchen sink
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