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How to get stainless steel sink sparkly?

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SilverSixpence Thu 23-Jul-09 12:30:39

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?

Washersaurus Thu 23-Jul-09 12:32:33

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.

shigella92 Fri 24-Jul-09 15:03:21

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cat64 Fri 24-Jul-09 15:14:46

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GoldenSnitch Fri 24-Jul-09 15:18:52

I bought some stuff from Tesco called "Shiney Sinks". T'is recommended by Franke dontcha know!

And it smells nice and works a treat

cikecaka Fri 24-Jul-09 16:15:24

another one here for bleach and water, just wipe over with kitchen roll after

CybilLiberty Fri 24-Jul-09 16:22:53

Yes to Barkeepers friend. gets all white limey marks off

SilverSixpence Sun 26-Jul-09 09:04:11

the bleach and water didn't work, so will give shiney sinks a go.. i have a franke sink so it had better work!

PrincessToadstool Sun 26-Jul-09 09:08:10

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.

cheapskatemum Sun 26-Jul-09 22:17:21

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.

EustaciaVye Mon 27-Jul-09 07:46:39

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