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How To Clean Your Kitchen Sink & Disposal — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

You would think your kitchen sink is relatively clean, considering the number of times per day you use it. But simply letting water run down the drain throughout the day just won't cut it with germs and bacteria—you need to sanitize! Check out our step-by-step process to get your sink and disposal c...
  • Marla P

    CLEANING TIP SINKS Step-by-step to a shiny, clean stainless sink. I thought I knew how to clean a sink, but this has some good detail tips that I didn't know!

  • Jana Soroski

    Step-by-step to a shiny, clean stainless sink. I thought I knew how to clean a sink, but this has some good detail tips that I didn't know! I've tried it and I feel that is did a lot of good things. There were a lot of steps and I'm not sure they were all necessary or more beneficial than how I normally clean. I loved the step by step of cleaning the garbage disposal because I feel that is where a lot of the smell comes from. Glad I did it and like I said, I will keep some steps but not all.

  • Valerie MacMurdo

    Clean Stainless Steel Sink - Step-by-step to a shiny, clean stainless sink. I thought I knew how to clean a sink, but this has some good detail tips that I didn't know!

  • Mums Make Lists

    Step-by-step to a shiny, clean stainless sink. I thought I knew how to clean a sink, but this has some good detail tips that I didn't know!What You Need Liquid dishwashing soap Distilled white vinegar Baking Soda Rock salt Lemon or lime Ice Old rag Toothbrush Nylon or soft sponge

  • Michelle Frock

    Step-by-step to a shiny, clean stainless sink. I thought I knew how to clean a sink, but this has some good detail tips that I didn't know!....this will work great for the kitchen sink!!!

  • ⭐️Diana Romero⭐️

    Keep stainless steel sinks clean by cleaning with a baking soda paste every few days. Use a toothbrush to scrub fixtures. Once a week, soak paper towels in vinegar and let soak in the sink for 20 minutes then rinse.

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