Hello friend, welcome to the project of the day we have to replace our kitchen faucet. so it's got problems with the spout broke it's jb welded believe it or not with all the work paint the house
We're kind of rain now it's so wet muggy out here and humid
we got a cast-iron sink in our house it was good to me when we first moved in we had just a one sink antique sink in our kitchen why replace it with a double sink it's ugly green
make sure you picture that once throw it out in the yard
anyway back on the subject kind of replace the faucet the way I put the sink and I had to fuss and sample it I put it all down in the counter excuse me not hooked up the lines of course had two baskets and everything in there well the stainless steel sink cost probably what anywhere from 100 150 dollars this since 2006 it's ten years old.
There's a sticker on it I gave $20 to set a Habitat for Humanity store I took pictures this rust that's gummy is where I took some 400 wet/dry sandpaper then we use the steel walls till that's got a stainless steel scrubber so there may be some little black dots in here.
When I'm done, but we'll bring you back when this is all cleaned up and show you how much rust I got rid of because I know the
rust is gonna go away but I'll show you the little black pits that you will leave because even though the stainless that could still run somebody probably sprayed some kind of acid or something
on here when it was taking us out of a house something corrosive got on there so keep this short.
We'll be back and it'll be 20 of before-and-after photos so stay tuned
okay here's our progress so far we got this stuff at the dollar store it's the same as cor and it stinks just as bad well it might smell a little better we did take a close up down here I don't think this will focus it's gonna leave some black spots
Okay, where it ate it but it's not ate through it it's not a hole through the sink we cleaned up around here really pretty good we did have a sprayer nozzle
We're not going back with that because we had problems with it and we're gonna try to buy like a high-dollar $60 faucet. we had a cheapo one and you can't get rebuild kits for it and that's why it
drips so we plan on getting a false that we can get rebuild parts boy it's dark and cloudy out here look out the grass looks black anyway we just use the green scrubber that we ripped off our blue
foam we don't want the foam part we just rip it off okay next we're gonna scrub with this these are real stainless steel
I have a statement still frypan in the house and I will clean it with this and vinegar when I'm done washing it with the green scrub pad and it will Sparkle so we're gonna use that we're gonna use some of this.
I know I need some bar keeper's friend because this you got to be careful you don't get this off and rinse it off it will leave a nasty
stinky sticky film powder a filming to look just like this soap scum so that's what we're after now is the soap scum there's some scratches out here you can see it we got this up on our old ladder
so it'll drain out here in the grass got a piece of cardboard down since Maddie.
Here we go next step is the scrub real good with the comic cleanser and we'll bring you back and that'll probably about the best
we get this sink we're not picky we're just poor people so to have a sink that looks the best I can make it is gonna be good enough if you have a seamless sink unless you spend a lot of time keeping
it clean if anybody has any comments or suggestions I'm open to it I work for a plumber who tried everything,he tried waxes and automotive wax to keep this shiny you could only keep this part shiny on the people sink he could never get it to work in here because it was always washed off so here we go any suggestions how to make this even shinier and protect it in between washing dishes well open to suggestions
Here you can do this no time to add it.ok, back to work this can be too long a video on cleaning a saint.okay we still see some spots we want to go over again we use our stainless scrubber and on here using these scrubber like this go lengthways you'll see the stainless before you clean it.
Where it looks kind of brushed look like back here this all went this direction this direction I went this direction because you see the lines in the stainless so don't go this way and out here I went this way there's still some scratches and gouges and pots and pans
being you know banged over the edge and there's like a watermark ring it will not come out see it that won't come out of there
i scrubbed it and these do work good so ,I'm sure that dries we're gonna see more of that that hard water deposit I may take some more of that works clean air or CLR it's the same thing and go over
it again but it's good enough for today ,we're gonna be putting this way to shed til it comes time to use it but there you go
I said I'd really use bar keeper's friend and comment but I rinse this with several counsel I mean I do two buckets of this rinse water by half full so say about two gallons water you know rinse and rinse twice and use the nice clean nice clean sponge you know tipped it up let it run all out so I rinsed it rinse because that comet will dry it's kind of drying right as we're on camera here that's wet right there of course but that's what we get it's good enough for our old house
and it'll get another scrubbing and another scrubbing so it'll least look this good in his life so that's happy enough for me clean it
cleaning up there I mean it'll be sterile clean few gouges scratches so, thanks for watching is hoping interest somebody there because they want to clean nursing or not to pass up something someone's throw it away you can get it cheap so we're out here we're done for the day.