admin. sink & faucet. September 17th , 2017.
You may also clean stainless steel sinks using hot water and bleach. Close the drain and fill the sink with hot water. After ten minutes, add one cap full of bleach to the water. Keep the water for one or two hours, so as to allow the stains and dirt to soften. Drain the water and scrub the sink using a soft brush or toothbrush. Use cold water to rinse, and wipe it dry with a paper towel.
For good measure, apply a coat of sealant on the threads of the valve while putting it back in place. Also, apply a thin layer of grease or petroleum jelly on the threads of the handle before screwing it back on.
Once you are done with all this, run the water for a couple of minutes to reaffirm if the joints are fine. Mostly, there would not be any problem.
Cleaning products should be chosen on the basis of the material of the sink. Different cleaners are made for different types of sinks. You cannot use a stainless steel sink cleaner for a porcelain sink.
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