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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Cleaning the Kitchen #2 - Sink

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Daily cleaning of the sink will eliminate having to deep clean grime and stuck on food. You can wipe your sink off daily and do a cleaning once a week or even once a month. 

Determine the type of sink you have and follow manufacturers instructions regarding appropriate cleaning products. 

Ceramic – You can use baking soda and vinegar to clean this surface. You want to close up the sink with the stopper, add some baking soda and then some vinegar. Wait for it to bubble and with a sponge or scouring pad clean your sink. Rinse it and dry.

Stainless Steel – Use a stainless steel cleanser and sponge to clean your sink. Make sure your sink is empty and all the food particles are removed. Add a bit of cleanser to your sponge, using warm to hot water scrub the sink in the direction of the finish, then rinse clean. Use a microfiber cloth to make your sink shine. To maintain your sink be sure to clean after each use and don’t let food stick to your surface. 
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