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How To Clean the Kitchen Sink

If your dirty sink is giving you a sinking feeling every time you walk into the kitchen, it's time for a deep clean. Believe it or not, kitchens have more bacteria and fecal contamination than any other place in the home. Have no fear! Follow our steps to eradicate stains, odor, and grime, and make your sink shine!

Gather These Tools: All-Purpose Bleach Alternative, Scented Vinegar, Scrub Brush, Surface Cleaner, Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths


Scrub Away Stains

To remove tough stains on stainless steel, cast iron, and porcelain sinks, sprinkle two capfuls of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative and 1/4 cup Scented Vinegar directly onto the sink's surface and let the mixture sit. When ready, use the Scrub Brush to help lift stains. Run the faucet to rinse away grime.

Note: Do not use this mixture on porous stones, such as marble countertops.


Clear the Drain

Mix 1/4 cup of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative with one cup Scented Vinegar. Pour the mixture down drain and let sit for 5 minutes, then run hot water down the drain.


Spray Surfaces

For an all-encompassing clean, spray the sink basin, countertop, and faucet with the Surface Cleaner—it's safe to use on all hard surfaces, including marble! A quick tip for maintaining a clean-smelling sink: quickly spray the basin daily to help deodorize and sanitize.


Wipe Dry

Use the Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth to wipe away any remaining grime and leave a satisfying shine.