How many times have you said it was wrong to buy a kitchen with hob and stainless steel sink? Beautiful, for charity, but not easy to keep clean and shiny. The main problems are that the steel becomes opaque and is easily spotted by the water, unless it dries well. At the same time it is a material resistant to the temperatures and wear, but gentle on the surface because it is easily scratched if you use products or aggressive ways. The most effective way to get some beautiful pots kept, clean and polished and plans to work just as beautiful is to use products that are as natural as possible, such as vinegar and baking soda.

You need:

* Vinegar and baking soda
* Water and mild detergent
* Toothpaste and toothbrush
* Soft cloth
* Olive oil and baby oil

To clean hobs, sinks and hoods can prepare a homemade detergent very effective. Mix together three tablespoons of dish washing liquid with two parts water and one part vinegar. Put the mixture into a spray bottle and shake well to get a good emulsion. Sprinkle and rub with a sponge. You will not need to use abrasive retina tends to leave some nasty scratches on steel surfaces. Rinse and dry to avoid water spots. A brilliant result will amaze you definitely. To polish stainless steel cutlery , from time to time, put them in a pot with boiling water and baking soda. Let them rest for a few minutes, then rinse and dry.


If you need a more thorough cleaning of the sink sprinkle it with the poor bicarbonate and rub with a damp sponge. Insist especially around the tank valve by rubbing with a toothbrush old, always sprinkled with baking soda. When you are done rinse with water and dry. Baking soda has a slight abrasive action , but does not scratch. It also has a strong disinfectant so it is ideal for this kind of work. If you want your sink even more polished, you can use a cloth moistened with a few drops of oil olive , or baby oil . Then polished with a dry cloth.

If you have steel jewelry , you probably have the same problem. Become opaque and do not know how to return them to their original splendor. Just wash it with warm water and a few drops of dish soap. Then rinse it and dry it gently. If they are very dirty use of toothpaste , preferably white paste , rubbing it with a soft cloth. For the interstices have recourse to a toothbrush old. When you are finished rinse and dry well. Always use the soft cloth to avoid leaving scratches and get a higher gloss.