Cleaning your Sink with Vinegar
Spring is FINALLY in the air and it has gotten me in the mood for a little spring cleaning! I have several tips to share with your this week for how vinegar can be your secret weapon for cleaning pretty much your whole house, well…not your whole house but most of it! Today I thought we would start with the kitchen sink.
I heard the other day that kitchen sinks are dirtier than toilet seats. Ummmmmm…..gross. Folks, you need to wipe down your sink regularly and give it a good clean at least once a week. Here is my magic vinegar solution.
First, wash your sink with soap and warm water. Then using a spray nozzle spray the entire sink surface with white vinegar. Here is a little tip…attach the spray nozzle directive onto the vinegar bottle, like so…
Then rinse the nozzle and attach it to the hydrogen peroxide and spray over the vinegar. Don’t mix the vinegar and hydrogen peroxide together…spray one at a time. Allow the solution to air try. If your sink is stainless steel shine with a little mineral oil on a cloth and then buff! BEAUTIFUL!
And while we are at the kitchen sink….PLEASE disinfect your sponge! The easiest way is to run it though the dishwasher whenever you run your cycle! Once it starts to fall apart throw it away and start fresh!
Tomorrow I’ll share I use vinegar to clean both my microwave and glass stove top!