Ways to Keep Kitchen Sink Sparkling
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Ways to Keep Kitchen Sink Sparkling

Kitchen sinks get notoriously greasy and stained with different pieces from cooking dinner and while washing the dishes. Kitchen sink is the dirtiest area in your house. So, if you don’t do regular house cleaning of your sink then there are high chances that you are harboring bacteria and germs, mildew in your kitchen without even knowing it.

Follow steps of House Cleaning Pflugerville for house cleaning your kitchen sink.

Daily Maintenance:

No matter what kind of kitchen sink you might have, wipe all food debris and wipe the basin and the faucet with a mild dish soap and water. You still need to deep clean your kitchen sink as well but this will keep the bacteria away and maintain the finishing of your sink during the house cleaning.

Porcelain and Ceramic Stains:

Porcelain and ceramic are two most common materials that are used in the kitchen sinks and they are very easy to clean. All you have to do is wet your sink with warm water and sprinkle some baking soda and rub it with a dry cloth until a paste is formed. Baking soda helps to remove food stains, soap scum and food residue. Make sure to remove the baking soda residue in the end and dry the sink with dry cloth during house cleaning. If there are tough stains then you can use commercial cleaners according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Avoid using abrasive cleaners and steel wool to prevent the scratches.

Sanitizing Drains:

During the house cleaning process, you should sanitize your drain at least once a month to prevent germs from creeping in your pipes. Mix 1 teaspoon of bleach with 1 quart of water and pour down the drain. If you have got ceramic sink you might use funnel to keep the bleach from damaging the surface of your kitchen sink. You can also use this process to remove the food traps, strainers as well.

Cleaning Caulking:

When house cleaning, you can use baking soda and water to create a paste solution and then use an old toothbrush to clean the caulk around the sink and the faucet. After that rinse the toothbrush and add new baking soda on regular basis so that it doesn’t get dirty. If you have copper sink, take care not to get baking soda on the sink. Rinse in the end.

Disinfecting your Sinks:

During the house cleaning, if you want to disinfect your stainless steel sink, pour several cups of vinegar into plugged basin. Then dip paper towels into the vinegar to cover the entire sink. When they are saturated, lay them over your sink which includes the sink and the faucet. Leave it for 20 minutes. After that remove the towels and rinse your sink with dish soap and water to remove the remaining vinegar.


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