Cleaning a Bathroom Sink

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Cleaning a bathroom sink removes toothpaste residue and grime, and it produces a clean water basin to clean the rest of the bathroom. Clean a bathroom sink with tips from an experienced housekeeper in this free video on housecleaning. View Video Transcript

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Lucy Doezie

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Okay, so now the taps have been running for a while. It's nice and warm. We're going to use that heat from the water to loosen up. We've already put the cleaning agent on there so we're picking up all that toothpaste and yucky stuff that's inside your sink. And it will be after a week. You're going to have a lot of build up after a week, because you use your sink more than you use anything in your bathroom. So there's that one. And if you're like me, I've got two sinks, so everything is done the same on both sides. Because the reason I"m starting off with this is because we need to have a clean basin of water to work from - to clean everything else in the bathroom. So just make sure you get all that scum. And there's a lot in this sink here. And that's all we're doing here, is we're just getting a clean start. Because you can't clean a bathroom with dirty water. Okay? So just rinse out your cloth and then you're going to close your plugs and fill up your sinks, and we'll move on to the next step.