Expert Tips on Bathroom Sink Cleaning

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Cleaning the bathroom sink is one of the toughest jobs of the housekeeper, get expert house cleaning and housekeeping tips in this free video. View Video Transcript

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Paige Williams

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My name is Paige and on behalf of Expert we are talking about cleaning today. Now we are going to get into bathroom cleaning; the toilet and the sink. I have always used an all purpose cleaner with bleach such as Comet. I find that it works the best and it is abrasive enough to get it clean. So what you want to do first is simply run some hot water, sprinkle your comet or your all purpose cleaner everywhere and then you simply want to clean your sink the best you can. If you are having a hard time getting behind your faucet in your sink, you can use an old toothbrush that I pulled out of the bottom of my sink or wherever I keep my cleaning supplies. It is one that I used to use. I like to label it so that I know that this is a bleach brush and no longer a toothbrush and you can actually get in there in between the crevices and really go to town scrubbing in all of those areas. If you are having some trouble spots you can let it sit and come back to it. In our kitchen segment we talked about how to clean your faucets so that it doesn’t have those stains. After this dries I am going to do the same thing and take a dry cloth and simply go over my stainless steel in my sink, my toilet bowel handle and in my shower to be able to get that stainless steel shining so that it looks nice and clean. Because this all purpose cleaner will leave a residue mark on your stainless steel, you want to take a dry cloth and go over it and that is the most effective way to clean your sink.