You can clean and organize your entire kitchen, but if you do not wash the sink properly, cleaning will be overshadowed. We want you to look clean and disinfected kitchen to the last corner, so we tell you how to clean a stainless utility sink. Food scraps and soap can create a dirt layer sinks, causing the formation of germs and bacteria in the kitchen, so it is important to clean stainless utility sink properly. Dishwashing detergents fail to remove all dirt and cream cleaners cleaned but not disinfected. However, in our kitchens are a few ingredients that comply perfectly with the cleaning and disinfection of sinks.
This antacid ingredient commonly use for baking cake and medicinal purposes, it is also used for household cleaning. In a bowl, mix a tablespoon of baking soda with enough water to make a paste. It covers the entire stainless utility sink with freshly cooked mixture and height with a non-abrasive sponge. Finally, rinse the sink with water until no traces of the mixture.
Vinegar is a powerful natural antibacterial that can be used both to disinfect cutting boards food to disinfect sinks. Take a sponge and check enough white vinegar to soak, size sink with the sponge and then rinse. If your sink has stains, moisten a paper towel with white vinegar, AND SUPPORT on the stain for a few minutes. Each time you finish washing dishes, let tap water run for soap scum leave. Then passes around the sink a paper towel soaked in white vinegar and finally, passes a lint-free cloth to polish the stainless steel.