An Australian mum has wowed with her sink transformation using one ‘magic’ product designed to polish cars.
She used a $13 tube of metal polish to rid her chrome sink of scratches and bring out its original shine.
‘I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more shiny sink!’ one woman said after seeing a picture of the transformation. I have just polished my kitchen sink using Autosol.Wow!’ the mum said.
Autosol is a mild polish often used for cars, but it is also suitable for stainless steel, chrome, brass and copper.
It removes surface rust, discolouration, tarnishing, WIR KAUFEN IHREN GEBRAUCHTWAGEN staining and oxidation, leaving the metal with a thin wax coating to prevent further damage.
An Australian mum used a $13 tube of Autosol metal polish (pictured) to rid her chrome sink of scratches and bring out its original shine
Cleaning enthusiasts couldn’t believe she had used a product from a car shop to get the results, but admitted they never saw a ‘more shiny sink’ (pictured)
The mum purchased the product from the car shop Supercheap Auto, as she was fed up of unsuccessfully using household products to restore her sink.
‘I was sick and tired of it looking dull, bit of elbow grease involved but well worth the effort,’ she explained.
She put some of the product on a cloth and rubbed the sink ‘quite vigorously’, before finishing the look by polishing it with a microfibre cloth.
She couldn’t believe the end result, and was particularly impressed that the car polish even removed scratches from her sink.
The mum advised that ‘a little goes a long way’, and to wear gloves as your hands will get very dirty from the job.
Cleaning fans were impressed with the end results, with some going as far as to describe the polish as a ‘magic product’.
‘Now that IS epic.Thanks for sharing,’ one woman said.
‘I have done the exact same thing to a sink once. It’s amazing how well it works,’ another agreed.
‘Cut to Autosol being sold out within the next two days lol,’ another joked.
Before and after: Autosol is a mild polish often used for cars, it removes surface rust, discolouration, tarnishing, staining and oxidation, leaving the metal with a thin wax coating to prevent further damage. The mum was able to remove scratches (left) and give her sink a shining finish with the product
The mum advised that ‘a little goes a long way’, and to wear gloves as your hands will get very dirty from the job (pictured)