Recently most housewives avoid buying the well-known traditional cleaning agents. Besides being very expensive, they may pose health risks to the people who use them, especially during the cleaning process itself. Very often the kitchen sink chemical cleaner is accompanied by startling signs warning you to keep this product away from children or to avoid cleaning without protective gloves. And in addition the chemical agent is able to damage if it gets in your eyes accidentally.
If you have an ecologically friendly attitude and want to minimize any possible usage of dangerous chemicals, then you’ve come to the right place. We would like to help you with some tips on how to clean the kitchen sink without the harmful usage of chemicals and how to achieve an amazing shining effect and freshness using only the natural resources provided by Mother Nature.
1. Baking soda.
All we know about the cleaning properties of baking soda. Furthermore, it is virtually harmless, and it can make your dirty sink to shine like a jewel. What we need is to wet the sink, and then to dip a moistened sponge into a cup of baking soda. Then rub the sink carefully around twenty minutes, and you will see that the result will surprise you very nice.
2. Lemon and vinegar.
We know that the lemon juice and vinegar are popular natural cleaners. Do you know that combined together they become even more effective? Mix in a cup some lemon juice and vinegar, then dip the sponge into the liquid and rub the sink with the mixture. After about 20 minutes of cleaning your sink will be like a brand new, and in addition the lemon will leave its pleasant and totally natural citrus flavor.
Dissolve a glass of salt into a big cup of water. Dip the sponge in the cup and rub the sink in the same way for about 20 minutes. After cleaning well, you just have to wash the sink with fresh cold water. To achieve better results, it is recommended to combine the different cleaning techniques.