Do you ever dream of a flawless kitchen, that simply radiates freshness and cleanliness? We certainly do. And we tend to make dreams come true. This time around we’ve decided to show you how to clean your kitchen sink perfectly, and so we’ll uncover some of the favorite tricks of the best house cleaning services in North Scottsdale.
Kitchen sink is not the only thing to worry about when it comes to kitchen cleanliness, so make sure you catch up on our previous blog post where we discussed the steps to clean sticky wood cabinets. If you’re moving and want to know what to expect from a move-out cleaning or what exactly does move-in cleaning consist of, you can check out our previous articles.
How do I disinfect my kitchen sink?
When contemplating cleaning the kitchen sink, the first question that pops into mind is precisely this: how do I disinfect my kitchen sink? As you probably already know, the kitchen sink is one of the most dangerous places in the house when it comes to bacteria and germs. Make sure to protect your family from potential food poisoning by keeping your kitchen spic and span.
You can disinfect your kitchen sink with bleach, but perhaps it’s not a bad idea to consider using a more natural disinfectant that’s non-toxic and environment-friendly. Here are the basic steps for impeccable disinfection:
- Scrubbing. There’s nothing like a good scrubbing. One sponge armed with a little bit of dishwashing liquid can get rid of food stains, soap residue, rust and water blemishes.
- Sanitizing. You don’t necessarily have to use bleach to kill all the germs. Spray the sink with white distilled vinegar, letting it dry completely, or wipe it off. This will kill a lot of germs, but also remove some stains.
- More sanitizing. Spraying the sink with hydrogen peroxide comes next. Do not mix it with vinegar, as that could create a harmful substance — peracetic acid. The amazing thing about hydrogen peroxide is that it kills bacteria just as effectively as bleach does, except that hydrogen peroxide doesn’t produce the toxic fumes.
What can I use to clean a stainless steel sink?
If your sink is made of stainless steel, porcelain enamel, or some other similar material, you can use a lemon and powdered borax mix to remove any spots. All you have to do is dip a sponge in the mixture, scrub and rinse with water.
The earlier mentioned steps for sink disinfection using natural disinfectants work like a charm on a stainless steel sink. It’s easy to clean starting with sponge, soap and water, then spraying the white distilled vinegar and letting it dry completely. Vinegar will even destroy mold and go through grease. Finish up by spraying hydrogen peroxide and letting it air dry.
How do you get stains out of a kitchen sink?
Baking soda does wonders for the sink: if you pour it down the drain with warm water, it can prevent clogging, but that’s not all! It helps with stains too, so sprinkle some of it on any stain you notice beginning to form.
But baking soda and vinegar are not the only heroes when it comes to stain-removal. Lemon juice in combination with powdered borax is a true miracle worker as well. Making this paste is simple: squeeze half a lemon and mix it with half a cup of powdered borax. Put some of it on a sponge and scrub away, before you wash everything off.
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