You probably use your kitchen sink every day and daily use should remove most grime. However, over time, stains can develop and the sink will likely contain more germs that we care to realise. There are certain tips to ensure you can remove those stains and ensure a clean and hygienic area without calling a plumber to fix your kitchen sink.
Apply Some Antibacterial Spray To Your Kitchen Sink
Ensure that the sink is sanitised by using an antibacterial spray then using a sponge and hot water to wash the entire basin.
Baking Soda And Lemon Juice
After giving your sink a quick rinse, sprinkle some baking soda around each surface and put some freshly squeezed lemon juice onto your sponge. Rub the sponge around the sink in circular motions for a good clean and try to add so much lemon juice that you get the baking soda to fizz up to help remove troublesome stains. Once the stains are gone, wash away the baking soda and then wash the sponge before spraying some antibacterial spray around the sink.
Kitchen Sink Plumbing With Vinegar And Baking Soda
Improve the flow of water going down your drain by removing the grease and food sticking to the walls of your kitchen drain. Pour some vinegar down your kitchen sink drain then add an equal amount of baking soda. Leave for ten minutes then wash it away with running warm water.
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