Often, cleaning the sink is as simple as running a wet cloth around it. Every 30 uses or so, it is time to give your bathroom and kitchen sink a good clean.
It can be tempting to reach for the clean, particularly if you have a stainless steel sink (bleach is a definite no for porcelain as it can discolour and etch the surface). Remember that mixing bleach with hot water releases toxic fumes into the air, as well as the harm the chemical can do to the waterways once it escapes down your drain.
Our range of natural cleaning products will make light work of grease, food deposits, soap scum and limescale. Start with Scented Vinegar and a Copper Cleaning Pad.
Put the plug in the plughole and spray scented vinegar around the inside of your sink. Enough that all of the porcelain, enamel or stainless steel is coated but not so much that you cause a puddle in your sink (the puddle won’t do any harm, it’s just wasteful). If the sink is particularly unclean, leave it to soak for half an hour. This isn’t usually necessary.
Next, dampen your Copper Cleaning Pad and gently clean in circles around the sink. Open the plug, run the tap and rinse. Your kitchen or bathroom sink should be gleaming.