I use the small side of my sink as a dish drainer and I admit I'm a little lazy about putting them away. It kind of leaves the kitchen a little messy looking. But even when the sink is empty, the sink is a little dull. I think she's depressed.
It's time to shine her up, baby! (Is this a weird post? Just checking)
My tools of choice?
Bar Keepers Friend (love this stuff! It shines your All Clad, too!)
and a Scrub Brush
This is what my sink looks like after a scrub with dish detergent.
And here it is after my little scrub routine.
I have to admit, I was always on the Bar Keeper's Friend boat and that was that. But I read something a few months ago on Nester about finishing up with a Lemon Oil polish and I was sold!
My mother in law is a big fan of Murphy's Oil Soap and Lemon Oil junky, so I definitely had some oil on hand. Just scrub her up with the brush and the Bar Keeper's Friend, rinse all the grit, dry well, then apply a thin layer of Lemon Oil with a paper towel. Ta da!
I was not paid to write this (but I should have been!) I just really love these two products. Try it, you'll like it, too. Your sink will be like jewelry for your kitchen!