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Cleaning method of stainless steel sink
Apr 12, 2018

Part1: the cleanliness of the sink should be made from the base. When it is first used, a thin layer of oil can be applied to the inner wall to cut off the contact between the surface of the sink and the corrosive substance. Do not dump waste water in the sink when the new home is decorated. Do not use clean articles containing chlorine, such as bleach, to clean the sink. If the corrosive items and solutions fall into the sink, rinse and dry immediately with a towel.


Part2: the sink should be cleaned regularly, please use neutral cleanser, gently scrub, then rinse with clean water, and use a sponge or cloth to dry, and avoid using a steel brush or rough brush to prevent metal particles from sticking to the wall of the tank. The water drop remains the appearance of the tank, and the high iron content of the water may lead to the red color of the tank appearance. If the stain is produced, a low concentration of vinegar solution can be used to remove the deposition, and the water is completely clean and clean.


Part3: sprinkle a bit of salt in the oil contaminated area, then wipe it up with the old plastic wrap, wipe it up and rinse it with warm water for several times, so that the sink can be as bright as new. The corner of the sink and the water can be dipped with a small brush or toothbrush with fine salt, soapy water and cleaning agent. The water cover of the water can be soaked with warm soapy water for more than 10 minutes and then rinse, and the ideal decontamination effect can be achieved.


Part4: the fouling of the faucet should not be ignored. The dirt against old age can be wiped with a steel wire ball and cleaned with clean water. After cleaning with clean water, then dipping the wet cloth on the toothpaste or using the lemon slices directly, the faucet will be restored to light. If there is water stains that are difficult to remove on the tap, a fresh lemon can be rubbed on the tap for several times to clean up the water stains. If the residual water in the sink produces mineral deposits, it can be cleaned with warm water and vinegar, and it can also be wiped with toothpaste or talcum powder. There is also a special grinding paste to remove water spots and rust spots on the market.