This Is What Happens When You Sprinkle Flour In A Stainless Steel Sink
It’s more or less a fact that the majority of people have a stainless steel sink in their kitchen. And while stainless steel sinks start out looking shiny and clean, they can quickly become covered in food residue, mildew, and hard water stains.
Stainless steel cleaners can be quite expensive, and they also tend to be packed full of chemicals. Thankfully, there’s a cheap, natural, and somewhat unexpected alternative that will do an excellent job of shining up your stainless steel sink. And that’s flour!
It may sound odd, but the small particles in flour act as an abrasive when applied to stainless steel. Start by washing down your entire sink with hot, soapy water. After rinsing, thoroughly dry your sink with a towel. Sprinkle a generous amount of flour all over your sink and buff it in a circular motion using a dry towel.
Now, this next part is very important. Do not wash the flour down the drain. When mixed with water, the flour will turn into a dough-like mixture which will definitely clog up your sink. Instead, just use a vacuum cleaner to suck all of the flour up. When you’re done, your sink will look clean, shiny, and houseguest-approved!