How to Remove Scratches from Stainless Steel Sink?


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
1. Use oil to saturate the scratch. Place a small amount of baby oil on the surface of a clean rag. Gently wipe the rag across the scratch, moving with the grain of the steel surface
Try a 1200 grit sandpaper, dry first till the scratch is out then wet and it should blend in nicely.
When I was a countertop and sink installer, we just used glass cleaner, and fine scrubbies (like on a sponge) But that was just to make it shiny after a new install. After use, I
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