Proper Maintenance Of Stainless Steel Kitchen Sinks For Extended Service Life


Many people use Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets  at ho […]

Many people use Stainless Steel Kitchen Cabinets  at home, but many people are outsiders who do not have routine maintenance, which shortens the life of the sink. In fact, proper maintenance not only makes the sink look new, but it also extends the life of the sink.

Maintenance: In order to maintain the appearance of stainless steel, you may need to keep the grid at the bottom to prevent scratching in everyday use. If there is a hard water mark in the sink, a mixture of vinegar and water can be used to remove the scale. But don't let the water evaporate on the sink, otherwise it will produce more water. Instead, after using the sink, dry it with a soft cloth to prevent water stains. To prevent the sink from turning blue, always add water to the sink before putting it in the hot pot. Do not put the freshly cooked pot into the sink.

How to repair: If your stainless steel sink is scratched, you can use steel wool to scratch the scratches. But keep in mind that polishing does not really eliminate scratches; it smoothes the surface of the sink, so scratches are not significantly reduced, but rather into larger sanding areas. The polished area will highlight the surface of some high-end stainless steel sinks.