How to clean the sink and wash your face.
Sinks and toners are the most used areas in families, but not everyone knows how to keep them clean and beautiful.
Fiona Mills, cleaning technician at Spaulding Decon, a specialty cleaning service in the US, explains the best way to clean both of these surfaces.
The wash basin
Dishwashers are usually made of stainless steel. Baking soda is a great cleaning method because it’s “abrasive enough to remove stubborn stains that sink into grease, but won’t scratch or damage stainless steel.”
You can easily clean the sink by pouring water over the surface and then applying a thin layer of baking soda to the entire surface. The water helps the baking soda stick, then rub it toward the sink with a soft rag.
Then drizzle with white vinegar. The vinegar and baking soda create a chemical reaction that fluffs and helps clean thoroughly. Leave the surface on for 5 minutes to intensify the effect.
After the fire dies down, you can wash the sink again and then dry it to avoid water stains.
It is a deep cleansing and should be done twice a month or at least once a month. In everyday life, after use, wash the sink in warm water with liquid detergent, removing all traces and soap residue. To keep your sink really clean, it’s also a good idea to wipe it dry after use.
the wash basin
Sinks are usually made of porcelain. Experts recommend using warm water, mild soap (e.g. dish soap, hand soap) and a sponge. Wash off all soap residue and pat dry.
“Don’t use bleach or chlorine in the sink, as it will damage the shiny surface of the bowl,” says Mills.
Experts generally advise against using alcohol and glass cleaners in sinks as they can discolour the protective coating. Never clean with a stiff brush, steel cup brush or abrasive cleaners as this can scratch the surface.
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