Kitchen sinks are one of the dirtiest spots in your home. Here’s a step-by-step to get your kitchen sink sanitized and gleaming — without the use of harmful chemicals or cleaners:
What You Need
Liquid dishwashing soap
Distilled white vinegar
Lemon or lime
Nylon or soft sponge
1. For daily cleaning, a mild soap and nylon sponge or soft rag can be used to wipe it clean. An all-purpose or glass cleaner can be used in a pinch, but it’s important to avoid ammonia, bleach, or abrasive cleaners on stainless steel. Abrasive sponges should also be avoided; all of these can alter the sink’s finish. After cleaning, rinse and wipe the sink dry with a soft towel or rag.
2. First thoroughly rinse out your sink. On a daily basis, it’s important to rinse out your sink after each use. The salt and acid in food can potentially damage the finish of a stainless steel sink, so it’s important to rinse food and liquids to prevent pitting.
3. After wetting the entire surface of your sink, sprinkle baking soda onto the surface. Work the baking soda into a paste and rinse thoroughly.
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