The kitchen sink is a vital part of your home, and its role in facilitating your family’s daily operations cannot be underestimated. Also, you begin and end your cooking processes in the sink hence keeping it clean is an essential duty. That is why this post seeks to furnish you with insights on how to clean this important kitchen component.
The necessary materials are:
- Liquid dishwashing soap
- Distilled white vinegar
- Baking soda
You can use other cleaning detergents apart from the ones mentioned above.
Tools to use:
- An old toothbrush
- A soft sponge
Wipe the sink using a wiper soaked in a cleaning detergent and then rinse it. If your sink is stainless, use a milder soap and sponge. Don’t use any substance that will corrode the sink’s glitter after cleaning.
Take the baking soda and spread it on the sink’s surface. Ensure that the baking soda is evenly spread. You can mold it into paste form then rinse it completely.
You now need to dip your paper towels into the vinegar and place them on the sink’s surface. Wait for 20 minutes before removing and disposing of your towels.
At this stage, you have to rinse the sink using warm water that is saturated with soap.
This last stage will involve wiping the faucet and handles using a liquid that is saturated with soap. This is the time to put your old toothbrush to use by using it to clean those parts of the sink that are difficult to reach. Additionally, you can use the white vinegar to soak a piece of cloth to remove any spots that may still be in the sink. Lastly, you need to do the last rinsing in the sink and then dry it using a dry piece of rag.
With the above simple steps, you can now enjoy a sink that is not just sparkling clean, but also facilitating the health of your family. You will have dealt with those stubborn and hidden germs that don’t go with your daily cleaning.