How to Sanitize Your Kitchen Sink
Many complain about the kitchen sink being so dirty. After all it is a heaven for germs and bacteria as the kitchen houses our dirty dishes and we often unthaw and cut our raw meats in the kitchen sink. Here are a few tips that will help you get that sink germ-free and sanitized no matter what it is made of.
Ceramic and Cast Iron Sinks:
Sanitize your ceramic and cast iron sink by creating your own sanitizing solution with common household products you probably already have. Make a sanitizing mixture using 1 part household chlorine bleach and about 16 parts water. PLEASE be careful and do not pour where the bleach can cause damage.
If you don’t want to worry about using bleach due to the caution it takes or just because you don’t have bleach, there is an alternative. You can undiluted white vinegar instead. Simply take a clean cloth, douse it with the vinegar, and use it to wipe the sink down to sanitize your kitchen sink.
Stainless Steel Sinks:
To sanitize your stainless steel sink, because of its reactive nature, many cleaners in London suggest going to your local home improvement store and buying a commercial disinfectant made for stainless steel and use it according to the directions. NEVER use bleach on your stainless steel sink.
Using domestic cleaning London services is another way to get your kitchen sink sanitized. Most domestic cleaners in London are well-trained, and will take proper care of all areas in your home that need cleaning, including the kitchen. So, you don’t have to worry about your sink being sanitized as long as you hire a trustworthy cleaning company.