How To Clean Kitchen Sink In Pinecrest FL

Cleaning a kitchen sink should be a part of your daily or weekly housekeeping tasks. In a news article from the Huffington Post, the author revealed that kitchen sinks are dirtier than most bathrooms. And I agree. I believe it’s because of its exposure to so many things daily: dirt, scum, food scraps, minerals and sediments from hard water, body waste, food waste and who knows what else? Aside from health and sanitation aspects, cleaning your sinks will also keep it in tip-top shape. That means a longer life span and an appealing look that lasts. So let’s begin our cleaning extravaganza! Let me share with you this DIY guide on cleaning stainless sinks.

How To Clean Your Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink

 This weekend, I did a little updating in the kitchen.  I opened up some of my cabinets and painted inside, and I love it!  Any time I change things up or redecorate anything, I start looking a little more closely at the surroundings.  The last time I updated my kitchen, it sparked my posts on How To Clean Between The Glass On Your Oven Doors and How To Clean Your Ceramic Stovetop.  In this case, the cabinets that I painted surrounded my kitchen sink.  Ummm…yuck is all I can say.  Apparently, it had been a long time since I had given my sink a good cleaning.  So, I decided I better clean my stainless steel sink thoroughly, and give it some shine!

So it looks like it’s not so stressful to clean stainless steel kitchen sinks. With the help of specially designed cleaners that are available in the market, you can bring its sparkling appeal back in no time. If you want to use natural cleaners, just go with baking soda and vinegar. The mixture works wonders! Anyway, let’s move on to another type of washbasin: porcelain. Here’s a helpful instructional article you can follow!

How to Clean a Porcelain Kitchen Sink

Porcelain kitchen sinks are often white. Because of their color and material, these sinks are easily stained and scratched. Everyday household products can be used to whiten and fade scratches on porcelain sinks. Bleach, vinegar and baking soda leave your sink glistening, yet are gentle enough not to cause further damage to the porcelain.

I hope that you loved my blog on how to clean kitchen sink in Pinecrest FL. Also read about how to clean copper sinks if you have these types of washbasin at home. For professional plumbing assistance, reach Douglas Orr Plumbing at 305-887-1687 or 954-522-8282!

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