We have a white kitchen sink and we hate it. My biggest beef with it is that it gets so dirty SO easily. Well, it doesn’t get any dirtier than it would if it were any other sink, but because it’s white, it’s more noticeable.
We’ve lived in our house a year now and NOTHING has gotten rid of these grody stains. Not even my go-to box of 20 Mule Team Borax did the trick.
At my wit’s end, I consulted with my friend Google and found a website that referenced this website that swears by a simple bleach-baking soda mixture. The claim: two parts baking soda and one part bleach will rid the stains from a white sink. My prediction: bullshit. Far too simple (i.e., “too good to be true”).
I mixed two tablespoons of baking soda with one tablespoon of bleach and spread the mixture around the bottom of my sink. I tackled it with a cleaning brush and I didn’t even have to put muscle into it. THIS IS WHAT I GOT:
I’ve never seen my sink so clean. I don’t even think it was this clean when we bought the place!
Oh…in case you spotted it, I did not miss a couple of spots. There might have been an incident earlier this year in which I dropped the crock pot dish in the sink. It might have resulted in chipping the sink. And it might have broken my crock pot dish, which resulted in my purchasing a much fancier crock pot. (A blessing in disguise, I say!)
Now of course I’m obsessed with the bleach-baking soda concoction that worked its miracle on my sink. I’ve already deep cleaned the bathtub and I’m starting to wonder why I have so few porcelain fixtures in my home. MUST…CLEAN…MORE!
Truly, I’m excited I’ve found a solution to the dirty sink problem. A kitchen can only feel so clean when the sink is disgusting!