It's really not all that hard to learn how to remove stainless steel kitchen sink scratches to make your sink look new once again. If the scratches are really deep, you may want to first try using a really fine wet sand sandpaper. A 600 grit wet sand sandpaper would be a good grit to start with. Wet sand the surface of the sink with the sand paper and then follow up with a steel wool pad. The old stand-by, comet cleaning powder is also a good choice for polishing your stainless steel sink. It does a good job of removing minor scratches in your kitchen sink. When using any abrasive on stainless steel kitchen sinks, always follow the grain of the stainless steel when scrubbing.
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