Posted by: Meagan | November 24, 2014

Weekly Cleaning Tip: Kitchen Sink

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This week is the kitchen sink! If you have an older sink (like the one pictured above) or one of those cute farmhouse sinks, really any kind but a stainless steal sink you’ll need to clean it out. Washing pots and pans marks up the enamel in the sink. So you’ll need:

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Bar Keepers Friend or Comet, a scrubbing pad (SOS Tuffy pads are my favorite!) and rubber gloves.

-Shake your Bar Keepers Friend all over the sink

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-Get your scrubbing pad wet and scrub

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-Scrub all over

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-Once you’ve scrubbed everywhere, rinse out the sink well.

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-Now you have a clean sink, you’re done!

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Other Weekly Cleaning Tips:

Rubber Gloves

Toilet Bowl Rings

Dirt Rings

Bathroom Floors

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A little about me:

I have decided to do a weekly series of cleaning tips! We recently moved into a new rental that I have been slowly deep cleaning and I thought, why am I not sharing these cleaning tips and information with others? Cleaning can be a daunting task, but once you have some knowledge and tools tasks can be much more manageable! Just for some background, I am currently a stay at home mom with three little boys, I am professionally trained in cleaning homes and have cleaned a fair share of other people’s homes and businesses and I hope I can share some of my cleaning knowledge with you!

If you have any questions or requests of what you need help cleaning please leave a comment and I will be sure to get back to you quickly!

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