Naturally Clean And Disinfect Your Sink
This video shows you a really easy way to naturally clean and disinfect your sink. Uses only totally biodegradable products.
Did you know you can naturally clean and disinfect your sink with products that are totally natural and biodegradable?
I’m talking about baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. These two items can be a powerful cleaning tool in your green cleaning arsenal.
Baking soda (Sodium Bicarbonate) is a naturally occurring product that is very useful around the house. In this case, we use its mild abrasive properties as well as its ability to absorb odors and freshen the sink and drain.
Hydrogen peroxide is water with one more oxygen atom added. It is mildly acidic and its oxidizing properties make it a great disinfectant. It is a great germ killer for use in the kitchen, as well as for mild wounds to prevent infection.
In the video I show you how you can buy inexpensive sprayers which will thread right on the top of the peroxide bottle. I also show you how I repurposed an old foot powder container to use to sprinkle the baking soda.
Spray the sink liberally with hydrogen peroxide to disinfect the sink and loosen stuck particles. It is also a mild bleach so it will start working on the stains. Sprinkle baking soda over the hydrogen peroxide and let sit for 10-20 minutes.
Use a microfiber cloth (available here) to scrub the sink clean. Moisten the cloth with warm water and scrub to naturally clean and disinfect your sink.
Try this out and let me know how it works for you in the comments section.
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