Recipe for cleaning bathroom sinks using baking soda and white vinger

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  • Sandra Allen Sandra Allen on Oct 07, 2017
    Here is the recipe.
    Ingredients: 1 2/3 cups baking soda 1/2 cup liquid soap 1/2 cup water 2 tablespoons white vinegar 1 clean 16-ounce squirt bottle with closing cap 1. Mix baking soda and liquid soap in a bowl. Dilute with water and add the vinegar. Stir the mixture with a fork until any lumps have been dissolved.

  • Michele Pappagallo Michele Pappagallo on Oct 07, 2017
    Fill a spray bottle with plain white vinegar. Sprinkle a little bit of baking soda into your sink, then spray it with vinegar to get it wet. Use a sponge to scrub the sink, then rinse with clean water. You can also use this on tubs, etc.

  • PJ Wise PJ Wise on Oct 07, 2017
    I make a thick paste of baking soda with warm water, and use a sponge to gently scrub the sink. (Don't use anything that can scratch the surface.) I use a stiff-bristled toothbrush to get around the faucets, etc. Rinse the sink well with warm water. If your faucets have hardwater spots, treat with vinegar. Use a spray bottle filled with a 2:1 solution of vinegar to warm water, and spray the sink and faucets, followed by buffing all to shine the sink and faucets.

  • Pat  M. Pat M. on Oct 07, 2017
    i use a cup or two of baking soda , put it in the sink, then pour 1/3 bottle of whit vinegar over it. You will see bubbling soon. Then I use a huge tea kettle of boiling hot water to pour over the drain and then another pot of boiling hot water over the train so that the baking soda and the vinegar go down the drain. I do this once a month in all drains in the sinks,tub and shower

    • San29437929 San29437929 on Oct 09, 2017
      thank you so much for posting this for me. I'm sure w/ the make-up and hair that goes down the drain is the reason only my side of master vanity gets clogged - can't wait to try this today! thanks again for the recipe.

  • Pat  M. Pat M. on Oct 09, 2017
    I also then use a small, light orange plunger for sinks only that you can buy in a drug store (costs about $5.00) after the baking soda and vinegar to get anything in the sink loosened up enough to go down the drain