Some cosmetic changes in preparation for larger site changes in the works.
I learned many years ago when I worked in a Orthodontic office how to
Joined: Dec 15, 2005
Posted to Thread #14019 at 7:19 pm on Mar 4, 2009
care for the stainless sinks. I have used it ever since on my stainless stove. Once a week use a gentle cleanser, like Soft Scrub, and clean it thoroughly. Be sure to only clean "with" the grain of the stainless and with just enough pressure to clean, not scratch. Rinse well and dry completely. Then, wipe a thin but even film of Mineral Oil over all stainless areas. I use a paper towel. I let it set for a minute or two and then buff it gently. You'll be amazed how well it will hold up through the week. It will be ready to be done again at the end of the week but will me much easier to keep looking nice in between cleanings.
Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we may diet.
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