A powder that puts the sparkle back into stainless steel benches and products.
I love this stuff, when nothing else seems to bring my kitchen sink and bench up clean and sparkly this will do the job. I was recommended this by a friend and was a bit sceptical as nothing had really worked on the sink before but decided to give it a go. I thought it was quite expensive but she swore I would be impressed so I payed the price and set to clean my sink.
The sink was dull and scratched and the stainless steel looked really cloudy and no amount of scrubbing had brought it up clean. Well I put this in the sink and gave it a bit of a scrub around and it came up looking really shiny. Not only that it made the scratches in the sink less noticeable which was a bonus. Well I was impressed with that but the next day I did it again and it came up even better still!!
Now I use this everytime the sink starts looking dull and everytime it brings it up looking amazing so I would totally recommend this product to anyone looking to clean their stainless steel sinks!
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