How to Remove Scratches from Stainless Steel Sink?

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To remove scratches from a stainless steel sink you will need to use brass or steel polish. Empty the sink and while it is dry rub polish into the scratches of the sink to fill them in. Deep scratches may not completely disappear.
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1. Choose a commercial product suitable for use on stainless steel sinks such as Franke's Inox Cream or Bar Keepers Friend Liquid, and a fine 3M Scotch Brite pad. Cameo stainless
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There are many stainless cleaner/polishes on the market. Try one. If the scratches are deep, they can be sanded and polished with a buffer. Same as on any metal.
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1 Buy chrome polish. Visit the local hardware store or special cleaning area of a supermarket or department store. Ad 2 Follow the directions on the bottle in terms of amount
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For stains, pour a little white vinegar on a soft cloth, and rub on your sink. Dry with a clean soft cloth. For fingerprints, I keep a spray bottle of glass cleaner, and clean soft
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1. Choose a commercial product suitable for use on stainless steel sinks such as Franke's Inox Cream or Bar Keepers Friend Liquid, and a fine 3M Scotch Brite pad ...
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1. Dab a little bit of vegetable oil onto the scratch and then wipe it away with a dry paper towel. This will diminish the appearance of small scratches. In some ...
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