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How to clean a sink

Many people tend to skip cleaning their bathroom stains, unless there is an obvious build up of toothpaste residue or grime. Here is how to quickly clean your sink something you should do at least once a week.

First, you want to make sure you're not using any cleaners that are abrasive and can scratch your sink. This includes things like scouring powders and even using stiff bristle brushes. Instead, US soft liquid cleaner designed specifically for bathrooms, or use one of our homemade bathroom cleaners. Use a soft bristled brush or best, a soft sponge, to clean your sink.

Use hot water to rinse your sink when you're done, to remove any chemicals, particularly if you fill your sink with water to wash your face.

 



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