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How to use tomato sauce to clean stainless steel

Mum shares the VERY unusual pantry ingredient she uses for sparkling stainless steel sinks and taps in SECONDS

  • Mum reveals the unusual household ingredient she use to clean her steel drains
  • She uses tomato sauce to return her stainless steel drain back to its shiny state
  • Luciana smothered the sauce all over her drain and left it on for 11 hours to clean
  • The mum then gave the drain area a scrub and rinse to reveal the shiny sink area 

A mum-of-two has shown off her sparkling clean sink and basin, which she credits to a highly unusual cleaning product – tomato sauce.

Luciana from Perth, Western Australia, used ketchup to return the plugs and drains to their original shiny state. 

The mum simply squirted the pantry staple around the drain, coating the exposed steel area with the tasty condiment.

A mum-of-two has revealed the unusual but effective household ingredient she swears by to clean her stainless steel drain – and it’s a very popular pantry staple (before and after)

The mum left the sauce on her drain for 11 hours overnight to allow the product to work its cleaning magic, then gave it a scrub and rinse to remove any excess tomato

The mum left the sauce on her drain for 11 hours overnight to allow the product to work its cleaning magic, then gave it a scrub and rinse to remove any excess tomato

She left the sauce there for 11 hours to allow the product to work its cleaning magic, then removed the excess sauce, gave it a scrub and rinse and revealed the shine.

Poll

Would you use tomato sauce on your stainless steel?

  • Yes, it’s cheap and effective 80 votes
  • No, I’ll stick to cleaning products 121 votes

The high acidic content from tomato in the sauce makes the condiment an easy and affordable cleaning agent to use on steel areas within the home.

Another mum-of-two, popular for posting ‘home hacks’ said she cleans her sink and drain area with only two ingredients. 

Chantel Mila, better known as Mamma Mila, uses the powerful combination of dishwashing liquid and baking soda to make her stainless steel sink shine.

To do she first drizzles dishwashing liquid over her sink, then adds a dusting of baking soda on top and buffs it into the area with a microfibre cloth.  

The mum then rinses the drain and washing up space with water to remove any dishwashing liquid or baking soda residue.  

Chantel Mila uses the powerful combination of dishwashing liquid and baking soda to make her sink shine

She drizzles dishwashing liquid and baking soda over the steel then buffs it in and rinses to reveal shine

Another mum-of-two, popular for posting ‘home hacks’ has revealed how she cleans her sink and drain area with only two ingredients 

After the quick clean Chantel’s stainless steel sink is left looking shinier than ever and as good as new. 

The popular cleaning queen shared her hack on Instagram and received thousands of likes and comments from impressed followers. 

‘I did this and wow I was in shock with how my old dingy sink looks so bright and shiny,’ one of her followers wrote. 



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