Bathroom sink cleaners don’t have to be expensive at all. As a matter of fact, you don’t even need to take a trip at your local convenience store because with the right tools and ingredients, they can be made right in your home. Make your own bathroom sink cleaner and enjoy having a clean sink for less.
To make your own homemade bathroom sink cleaner, you’ll want to have a few ingredients on hand. Most likely they’re already stored in your household. Gather together the following supplies:
- Bicarbonate of Soda/Baking soda
- White Vinegar
- Hydrogen peroxide
- Dish Soap
- Citrus Solvent
The most reliable form of bathroom sink maintenance is frequent care and cleaning.
For surface cleaning mix baking soda, dish soap, white vinegar, lemon, and salt together and form into a paste, using an old toothbrush – gently scrub paste around and on the sink. Allow the paste to dry, and then using a damp cloth and warm water rinse thoroughly while gently scrubbing paste away. The build-ups and stain should be gone.
For a homemade bathroom sink drainer, use all of the ingredients and apply the solution directly down the drain; allow it to settle until it stops fizzing. You may need to plunge the drain if clogged, if not, allow hot water to run through drainage, For best results, try to treat drainage with solution weekly before they have time to build up.
We think you will find it simpler to maintain the condition and surface of your bathroom sink with frequent cleaning using the homemade bathroom sink cleaner at short intervals rather than trading it for longer intervals and larger cleanups.
To prevent scuffs and clouding, we recommend that you gently wipe down and rinse the inside of the sink with a microfiber cleaning cloth and warm water after every use.
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