How to Clean a White Sink (and Remove Stains, Too)

It's all in the power of baking soda, soap, and essential oil ... plus one secret VIP cleaning tool

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White sinks are very popular in home design, but they stain and scratch very easily. There is a simple and all-natural way to clean a white sink and remove stains, too. You just need a few ingredients to get your white sink sparkling clean and scratch free in no time!

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Video: How to Clean a White Sink (and Remove Stains, Too)

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Things You'll Need

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1. Mix the ingredients

Mix baking soda, Castile soap, and essential oils in a small bowl.

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2. Scoop the cleaner with a sponge

Add some of the sink cleaner to a scrub sponge.

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3. Scrub the sink

Gently scrub the entire sink.

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Scrub any scratches or marks left by dishes and pans.

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4. Use the Magic Eraser

Spaghetti sauce and other tomato based foods can leave stains on white sinks. A Magic Eraser sponge will remove them and other stains as well.

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5. Rinse

Rinse the sink well to remove all of the cleaner.

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All clean and stain free!

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