We really pride ourselves on our cleaning skills. Whether we’re cleaning pots and pans, the shower tile, or fresh veggies -- we know clean. But you know the one thing that keeps getting left on the back burner (no pun intended)? Our sink!
Washing the dishes and then taking the faucet and rinsing out the sink and letting the water run through the drain doesn’t really cut it as a sanitation method. Luckily, we found a non-toxic and easy way to clean your sink with some household products you probably already have and of course, Full Circle products!
To start, grab:
- Baking soda
- Dishwashing soap (some of our faves are Method or Mrs. Meyers!)
- White Vinegar
- Micro Manager Detail Brush
- In A Nutshell Walnut Scrubber Sponge
Step 1, mix 1 cup of water with 1 cup of baking soda to create a paste. Cover your sink in the mixture and let it sit for about 20 minutes. After your 20 minutes is up, use our In A Nutshell sponge to work the mixture into the sink and fully cover it. Then rinse thoroughly with soapy water. Once the sink basin is sparkling, tackle the faucets and handles. This is where the Micro Manager comes in handy. Using leftover of the paste you created, and some soapy water, use the detail brush to get into any tricky or hard to reach areas.
If you have any tricky spots left, distilled white vinegar on a soft cloth should do the trick. Happy Cleaning!