A not-so tricky, trick question: What do your teeth and your porcelain kitchen sink have in common? The answer may surprise you. Wine, coffee, tea, dark broth, leftover food, more wine, more coffee… basically all of the things that stain our teeth also stain your poor porcelain sink. Unfortunately, dish soap and a sponge just won’t cut it. Read on for the easiest way to clean your sink.
The Easiest Way to Clean Your Sink
I came across the below DIY recipe to clean a kitchen sink from Erin Meyer, writer of The Organized Life blog on Pinterest. With only three ingredients that can likely be found in your kitchen right now, you can take your sink from grungy to sparkling in a matter of less than 3 minutes.
Ingredients to clean your sink
- Baking Soda
- Kitchen Sponge
- Hydrogen Peroxide
Instructions for how to clean your porcelain sink
- First use water to dampen your sink then sprinkle a thin layer of baking soda on top
- Wet kitchen sponge with hydrogen peroxide and scrub
- Rinse your now sparkling white sink clean with water
Wondering about other ways you can use hydrogen peroxide to clean your house? Use this same paste on your porcelain shower tiles and tub to remove stains and grime. Use hydrogen peroxide to remove stains from your mattress. You can also use it as an alternative to bleach in your laundry!
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