Cleaning the Kitchen Sink

I know I have seen other people blog about cleaning their sinks. I have been using these Shaklee Cleaning products for 12 years now, and I don’t use any other cleaners. Here is the sink, in an investment home, that we have been using for cleaning painting supplies, rags that were used for wiping excess caulk, grout and putty knives and many other construction items. We tried to wipe down the sink when we were done each time, but there still remained a coating that really needed to be cleaned.

Before

IMG_8229 IMG_8230 IMG_8231 Here we used the Scour Off and a Micro Fiber Cleaning Cloth.IMG_8232

After

IMG_8233 IMG_8234The best part is that it is non-toxic, smells great, and works. The safety of my family is important.
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1 comment:

  1. For a sparkling white kitchen sink, place paper towels across the bottom of your sink and saturate with household bleach. Leave for an hour or so. Scrub and rinse.

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