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Another pinner says: I just did this to my sink and it looks just as shiny as the picture. I didn't think my old, nicked up, stainless sink could look so good, but it does! How to make your stainless shine.  Supplies- Vinegar {In a spray bottle}- Baking Soda- Boiling Water- Goo-Gone- Olive Oil- Sponge- Paper Towels or RagDirections1. Spray entire sink down with vinegar.2. Sprinkle baking soda over entire sink.3. Let sit for 10 minutes.4. Boil hot water while letting vinegar/baking soda sit. 5. Rinse sink with boiling water. 6. Spray some more vinegar onto sink and scrub away. 7. Once you have scrubbed every nook and cranny of your sink wipe it down with a paper towel.8. Then spray some goo gone in the sink and wipe down the sink.9. After that put a little bit of olive oil onto a paper towel {or rag} and "buff" your sink. That's what I thought of this step. It really renews the shine to your sink.SHELLEY K


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