Deep clean your bathroom sink

copper bathroom sink

Your bathroom sink is a workhorse – toothpaste, makeup, soap scum, mineral deposits – it’s seen it all. Once a week, it’s a good idea to deep clean your bathroom sink to keep it extra clean, shiny, and free of germs.

Here are easy ways to deep clean porcelain, stainless steel, stone, and copper bathroom sinks – often using commonly stocked household products.

Cleaning and disinfecting porcelain and stainless steel bathroom sinks

Cleaning your sink

• Wet the surface of your bathroom sink with warm water.
• Sprinkle baking soda onto the sink and rub it in with a soft, wet cloth. The baking soda is not only great for removing stains, it will leave your sink nice and shiny.
• Thoroughly rinse your sink with warm water to remove all traces of baking soda.
• Use a soft, dry cloth to wipe your sink dry.

Disinfecting your sink
• Spray the surface of your sink with white vinegar.
• Allow it to sit for a few minutes.
• Thoroughly rinse your sink with warm water to remove all traces of white vinegar.
• Use a soft, dry cloth to wipe your sink dry.

Cleaning and disinfecting stone bathroom sinks

Stone bathroom sinks are porous, so you have to be careful what products you use on them. Do not use chemicals or anything acidic, as you may damage the stone.

Cleaning your sink
• Wet the surface of your bathroom sink with warm water.
• Use a mild dish soap to clean your sink.
• Rinse thoroughly with warm water.
• Immediately pat dry with a soft, clean towel.

Disinfecting your sink
• Use a special product developed specifically for the type of stone , available at most hardware stores, to disinfect your sink.

Cleaning and disinfecting copper bathroom sinks

Copper sinks are beautiful, but like stone sinks, you have to be careful what products you use on them. Do not use chemicals or anything acidic to clean your copper sink.

Cleaning your sink
• Wet the surface of your bathroom sink with warm water.
• Use a mild dish soap to clean your sink.
• Rinse thoroughly with warm water.
• Immediately pat dry with a soft, clean towel.

Disinfecting your sink
Copper is naturally antibacterial. You don’t have to use anything to disinfect your sink.

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