How to Easily Remove Scratches from Your Sink


Hi, I’m Brittany from Pretty Handy Girl
and today I’m going to show you how to clean this farmhouse sink, (especially if you have
scratches in it). When I renovated out kitchen I absolutely
had to have a farmhouse sink. I was determined to love it forever. And I did until it started
developing dark scratches from my cast iron pans. Well, today I’m going to show you
how to virtually eliminate, get rid or, or make invisible those scratches in your cast
iron sinks, porcelain sinks, or other white materials. To make your sink look new again, we’re
going to start by cleaning it. You can use dish soap or your favorite cleanser and a
sponge. For a more eco-friendly cleaner, put a drop of dish soap and baking soda on your
sponge and scrub your sink. Your cast iron sink (or tub) should be clean
now, but you might still have some scratches and marks on the surface. That’s okay, because
it’s time to break out the Kohler Cast Iron Sink Cleaner. This is a miracle in a bottle! Pour a small amount directly onto marks and
discolorations. Use a clean dry paper towel to buff the cleanser into the scratches. Rinse the sink with water and look…the marks
disappeared! Any true scratches won’t come out, but they visually disappear. This is the cleaner that was recommended by
our kitchen designer when we bought our sink. I’ll leave a link to it in the description
of this video. Honestly, if I didn’t know about this cleaner, I would have been disappointed
with our farmhouse sink a long time ago because it does get a fair amount of scratches from
cast iron pots and pans. But, with regular use of the cast iron sink
cleaner I can keep my farmhouse sink looking brand new. Thank you so much for watching. Be sure to
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