How to clean a porcelain sink

03-07-2017 | Bathroom Cleaning, Kitchen Cleaning, Cleaning, Sink, Deep Cleaning

Author :- Pranay Impex

Kitchen Cleaning

Kitchen cleaning and bathroom cleaning are always on the top priority when it comes to the weekly or monthly cleaning schedules. Today we bring you a method to deep clean those porcelain sinks, which is not only easy but also quick. But before we begin, there are a few things that will help you in the long run. One of these tips is, never use a steel wool scrubber or steel juna on porcelain sinks or tubs as these will leave scratches, always use soft sponge or even better the green juna. It will not be easier to clean with but also give a quick cleaning. Now let’s get started with the deep cleaning of your porcelain sink for the ultimate bathroom cleaning and kitchen cleaning.

What you will need:

  • Ammonia or Lemon Juice
  • Dishwash Liquid
  • Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Empty Spray Bottle
  • Baking Soda and Salt
  • Gloves
  • Soft Sponge or Green juna
  • Paper towels
What to do:

Important to note: Wear your gloves at all times during the deep cleaning tasks to ensure safe hands from harmful chemicals.

Clean the sink thoroughly by scrubbing with the dishwash, sponge or juna and warm water. 

Mix Hydrogen Peroxide and Ammonia in the empty spray bottle. This makes for a good bleach spray. Let the sprayed mixture sit for a good 5-7 mins. This allows for a proper deep cleaning.

Now scrub out the remaining spots using the green juna, baking soda and salt in a circular motion. This gives a good scrubbing without damaging the surface. Keep scrubbing and see the stains disappear!

Try this deep cleaning method in your next home cleaning session and get clean furniture in a jiffy! Do you find these tips and hacks useful or do you have a cleaning tip that you always depend upon? Join our Facebook group and be a part of a community that love a clean space. Share your tips with us and get a chance to be featured on our website! Join the group today

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