Clean your porcelain sink with just TWO ingredients

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After scrubbing the heck out of my sink with every cleaner I had, I realized there had to be SOMETHING to return my beautiful sink back to looking white again.

And I found it!

Just two simple ingredients and there she was… the sink I once knew.

Yup… just plain ol’ baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. Who knew, right?

I’m actually embarrassed to show you how the sink looked before. But here it is. I did manage to do the dishes so you wouldn’t have to see those! ahahaha

Gross, right?

And this was AFTER using 3 other cleaners!!! The sink was stained. Nothing could get it clean 😦

First I sprinkled the baking soda around the sink and let it sit for about two minutes.

I bought mine from the grocery store but you can also find it here.

After the two minutes, I used my cleaning sponge and scrubbed away for about three minutes. This caused the baking soda to clump.

Immediately I saw a real teeny itsy-bitsy difference.

The next step was to wet the sponge with the hydrogen peroxide. Again, I got mine at the store but click here to buy online.. Ok.. when I say wet the sponge – like pour it on! Once the sponge is doused, scrub again!

I then put the stopper in the sink and poured about 1 full cup of the peroxide around the sink and let it sit for 10 minutes.

When the ten minutes was up, I scrubbed one last time and it was beautiful! What a difference!

Did you try this? Please leave a comment and let me know!!!!

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