Friday, December 21, 2012

How to Get a Super Shiny Sink Faucet

The secret to getting a super shiny stainless steel sink faucet is simple: Buff it dry with a dry cloth right after cleaning. The longer you buff, the shiner it becomes.

Hello pink cell phone case reflection!

In terms of achieving a sparkling clean appearance, it almost seems like it doesn't matter what type of cleanser you use so long as you buff it dry. I've cleaned sink hardware with various store purchased and homemade all-purpose spray cleansers, including diluted vinegar, vodka, diluted Dr. Bronner's, Citra-Solve, Earth Friendly Products, toothpaste, and water. The thing that seems to make the most difference in results is remembering to spend the extra ten seconds or so to buff the faucet dry after you've wiped it with cleaning product.

I love microfiber cloths, but cotton cloths, socks, tee shirts-- basically any dry and somewhat absorbent cloth you've got handy-- will do.

Olivia Lane is a Blogger, Green Living Educator, and Health Coach trained at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She's also author of Baking Soda & Bliss: The Healthy & Happy Guide to Green Cleaning 

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