With just a little bit of effort and with Fresh Home Cleaning’s help, you will learn how to clean your kitchen sink and leave it sparkling. So roll up your sleeves and get ready to get dirty!
Cleaning your kitchen sink is probably one of the last things on your list when you’re doing your house clean up. But it’s really not that hard, and it’s definitely worth doing because it will make your kitchen look a lot nicer and sparkling. Your kitchen sink is one of the dirtiest places in your house. But soon it will be brand new!
In this blog post, Fresh Home Cleaning will show you how to clean your kitchen sink quickly and easily so that it looks sparkling clean. Keep reading for tips on how to get the job done!
FIRST STEP: Scrub, Scrub, Scrub!
Using just a soap-dispensing brush with mild dish soap and water to clean your kitchen sink is all you need to make it look perfect. Because its material is delicate, you can’t use a hard or virulent sponge. Also, you may want to avoid strong or acidic cleaning products such as vinegar or baking soda. It really depends on the material your sink is, so make sure you don’t mess it up!
STEP TWO: Take Care Of The Crannies
Those hard to reach spots in your kitchen’s faucets, spray nozzles, and sink strainers are the worst! They’re filled with germs and unwanted dirt that are disgusting to watch, but don’t despair! You can solve that problem by using a mixture of vinegar and water, reaching all stains with a deep clean brush.
STEP THREE: Goodbye, Germs!
After every spot and stain from your sink has been cleaned and removed, a nice and important touch is to get rid of all germs that are stuck in there, taking advantage of its moisture and dirt.
You MUST include this step in your guidance on how to clean your kitchen sink in order to make the whole process really complete. At Fresh Home Cleaning we strongly recommend you to use white vinegar, which is a natural disinfectant! If your sink isn’t ready for that kind of acidic, you may also use an antibacterial soap to accomplish this task.
STEP FOUR: After Clean Up, Clean Up
When you’re done cleaning your kitchen sink, make sure to give all of the tools and products used in this process a rinse. Pay attention not only to dirt that may have been on them before scrubbing or rinsing off what remains – but also to the fact that they’ll be covered with bacteria after this time!
It’s easy enough though: Just hold onto those sponge holders while scrubbing (so as not to let go until finished), use dish brushes only once then place neatly back into their container; don’t forget about your sink mat!
STEP FIVE: Keep It Clean!
It is important to keep your kitchen sink clean and free from dirt. If you notice small stains, then take action immediately! Cleaning will become much easier for yourself if these areas are spic-and-span ready when needed most- during cooking sessions with family members around dinner time (or anytime really).
Maintaining good hygiene in any setting can be tricky but especially so when there’s food involved because bacteria love leftovers.So make sure all dishes have been thoroughly washed before placing them onto surfaces and change your sponges and dish brushes regularly.
If you’re looking for a reliable and affordable kitchen sink cleaning service, look no further than Fresh Home Cleaning. We have years of experience in the industry and will get your kitchen sink clean in no time.