Shine Your Sink in One Minute!

Shine Your Sink in One Minute!

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Handprints on the windows.Clean sink2 A long smear of something (let’s not start guessing) across the wall. Dust flying in the air when the curtain is pulled back. Do you see where I am going with this?

It’s that time of year again! I LOVE spring cleaning. I love making the list. I love making a plan. I love airing things out and the smell of a clean room.

I make my list and give myself a couple months of finish it. Much easier that way.

Two things that I got off my list already are a shiny sink and a shiny bath tub. This was so incredibly easy to do I just HAVE to share my secret.

Shine your sink in one minute with this one simple trick!

This is actually no secret. It is amazingly though.

Two words: baking soda.

Yup- that’s it. That’s the big trick. Dump some baking soda in the kitchen sink, let it sit for a minute then wipe it down with a wet rag. The dirt comes off with zero effort and you are left with a beautiful, shiny sink.

I made William come look at it and tell me how pretty it looked. It was really pretty.

Then I did the same thing with the bath tub and it worked just as well. I coated the bottom of the tub with baking soda and took a wet rag to it. I dipped my wet rag in a little baking soda from the tub and wiped the walls of the shower down, too. A shiny white shower and tub in minutes.

That ring that gets left in the tub from the kids’ baths: gone. That discoloration along the shower walls: gone. Those smudges on the handles: gone.

Bring on the hot baths. It feels so good to settle down into such a clean tub.

Go try it and let me know how it worked for you!

What have you already begun for your spring cleaning? Is it something you enjoy doing? What kind of tricks and tips do you have for us while we tackled the list? Share with us!

 

2 thoughts on “Shine Your Sink in One Minute!

  1. Sounds like a winner! I usually use Bon Ami. I’ll have to try the baking soda and compare effort and results.
    So far I haven’t done lots; I’ve started going through paperwork that built up, and I put some of my dishes in the cabinet above the fridge so family members won’t be so tempted to dirty up a clean dish instead of washing the one they’ve already used. So far, so good.
    Oh, and I washed the wall in front of the bathroom sink and gave it a new coat of paint.
    I like your idea of writing your list and giving yourself a couple of months to complete it.
    Happy Spring! šŸ™‚

    1. That’s such a great idea to put some dishes higher! I haven’t heard of Bon Ami but I am interested in seeing what it is! Thanks for stopping by!

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