Stainless steel kitchen sinks are easier to clean and maintain. However, you still need to maintain it in order to prevent it from getting scratches, looking dull and looking washout. Use soda water or dishwashing liquid to clean your stainless steel sink. Rinse it thoroughly and wipe it with soft cloth to make it sparkle. Don’t use scouring powders or steel wool on your stainless steel sink; they will scratch your sink. Use rubber or plastic mat to prevent kitchenware from harming your sink. Vinegar and ammonia can revive the shine of your stainless steel sink.