How to Remove Stains From A Porcelain Sink
- Sprinkle baking soda or scouring powder onto the stain and scrub it with a damp cloth or scrub brush.
- Spray any stains with 1 part bleach to 4 parts water in a spray bottle.
- Remove soap-scum stains with equal parts white vinegar and warm water.
- Absorb grease or oil stains with a paste made of scouring powder and water.
How do I get my sink white again?
Fill the sink with a solution of one part white vinegar and three parts hot water. Soak the sink with the solution for 30 to 60 minutes to loosen scale buildup, stains and soap residue. Drain the vinegar water from the sink.
How do you clean porcelain?
To clean tough stains on your porcelain surfaces, spray the stain with liquid bleach, and let it sit for a few minutes before scrubbing it with a sponge. Alternatively, try an ammonia solution of ¼ cup ammonia and ¼ cup baking soda diluted in a bucket of warm water.
What can I use to clean a porcelain sink?
Line the sink with paper towels and soak them with bleach. Let the towels sit for 30 minutes, then discard them, and rinse the sink with running water. Don’t use bleach on colored porcelain, however, as it may cause the color to fade. Use a mild liquid detergent, vinegar, or baking soda instead.
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