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    Thanks heaps guys! I'm off to try the bicarb of soda and vinegar... after I check out the flylady site (?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmie
    Thanks heaps guys! I'm off to try the bicarb of soda and vinegar... after I check out the flylady site (?)
    After you do Flylady, use Furniture Polish on stainless steel sinks to bring out the shine. She recommends Windex, but I found that rubbing Orange Oil furniture polish makes it gleam, beads water off, and smells fantastic--all in one. Good luck.


 
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