Have your cake and eat it, too! Enjoying a clean house and a carefree weekend with this 20-minute project: clean your kitchen sink! We understand - it’s Labor Day weekend, and odds are your plans don’t involve powering through a long list of chores. Feel good about your to-do list by tackling your sink - it’s as easy as wet, sprinkle, and scrub!
You’ll need: Baking soda and a sponge or old rag.
First wet your entire sink. Grab the baking soda and sprinkle it onto the sink (just enough to lightly coat the surface). Then grab a wet sponge or rag and rub the baking soda on your sink’s surface until it forms a paste. As you scrub, the alkali nature of baking soda will remove stains, soap scum and bits of food. Rinse the baking soda paste away with warm water and pat the sink dry with a towel. That’s it!
Note: This project is for those with stainless steel or porcelain sinks. If you have a copper or stone kitchen sink, read: Clean Your Kitchen Sink.