Cleaning With Baking Soda

July 24, 2019

It’s a fact of life: you need to know how to clean a stainless steel kitchen sink, because yours is going to get dirty. Especially if you cook often (or do a lot of DIY projects involving messy paint and glue), your sink is likely coated in a layer of collected grime. And like most cleaning projects, the longer you let it linger, the more difficult the task becomes. To keep your sink sparkling, the first step is to learn how to clean your stainless steel sink using basic supplies you likely already have on hand, and then setting a goal to give your sink a regular scrubdown about once a month. When you ditch the harsh chemical cleaners (and the trip to the store), this unpopular cleaning task becomes much more tolerable. Add in the cleaning power of elbow grease, and who knows, vigorously scrubbing your kitchen sink could become the most therapeutic thing you do all week.