How to Clean your Stainless Steel Caple Kitchen Sink


Robert Deanz

Kitchens are incredibly busy places and the kitchen sink takes more hammer than most areas. But how do you go about cleaning your stainless steel caple kitchen sink? Your kitchen sink is where you wash your pots and prepare food therefore it is vital to keep it clean and free of germs, it also helps to keep it looking good . Below are a few solutions to keep your stainless steel caple kitchen sink looking spotless.

For the perfect caple kitchen sink you can clean it with a number of commercially available products or with homemade products. It is important to mention that you should never use aggressive cleaning products on your stainless steel caple kitchen sink because it could dull and damage the surface You must never apply bleach to your stainless steel sink, as this can lead to staining and damage.

Stainless steel caple kitchen sinks should always be cleaned using a soft cloth or sponge in order to avoid scratching the surface an all purpose kitchen cleaner can be used for this as many are kind to stainless steel and will not have an adverse impact on the surface area. Using a glass cleaner can give your sink a streak free, shiny finish. Glass cleaners tend to give that sparkly finish you do not get with a lot of other cleaning products.


There are a number of natural, non-abrasive cleaners which are safe to use on your stainless steel caple kitchen sink. One of the most well known homemade solutions is simply white vinegar and water which is great for removing stains that are present on your kitchen sink. One more popular natural technique is to apply fresh lemon juice it doesn’t only have good natural cleaning properties but it will leave your stainless steel caple kitchen sink smelling beautifully fresh.

A few other popular methods to clean your stainless steel caple kitchen sink are:

Bicarbonate of soda/baking soda

Rinse after every use with warm water along with a soft sponge

Nylon scrubbing sponges are good for removing stubborn spots and stains from your sink

White vinegar on a paper towel will gently and efficiently clean stainless steel

If you take care of your stainless steel sink, it will last you a very long time. .

This article was written on behalf of the Kitchen Appliance Centre, UK suppliers of

Caple Sinks


Franke Sinks

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