sink & faucet. Sunday , March 05th , 2017 - 08:23:10 AM
After you remove the strainer, it would not be a bad idea to replace it, even if it is not the culprit for the leak. This is more so if it is damaged or rusty.
Always make it a point to rinse the sink after use, and wipe it with a clean cloth. Thorough cleaning should be done once a week. Don't use a steel wool pad or any abrasive scrubbers to clean the sink, as they can cause scratches on the surface of your sink. A little care and regular cleaning can keep your stainless steel sink sparkling.
The kitchen sink has a central place in all cooking endeavors, as well as cleaning projects that need to be undertaken later. A broken one can be a real inconvenience. There cannot be any delays, when it comes to replacing it.
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