Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Stainless Steel Sinks

A stainless steel sink is a sleek and contemporary addition to your kitchen. To maintain the sink's look and cleanliness, it is important to clean it both regularly and properly. Dirt and materials such as lime, salt, and calcium that accumulate from washing pots and pans can damage the sink over time. You should rinse a stainless steel sink with mild soap water after every use and then dry it with a soft towel. Dish washing detergent, glass cleaner, or a solution of ammonia can also be used, but stay away from cleaning agents that are abrasive or solutions that contain chlorine. Steel wool pads and cleaning tools such as brushes should be avoided as well.

A large selection of stainless steel sinks for your kitchen can be found at www.supplyhouse.com.