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How to Clean a Yellow and Dull-Stained Ceramic Sink

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JAKARTA, – Ceramic sinks give a similar look to porcelain enamel, but they won’t break easily because the entire container is ceramic, not enamel on metal.

Launching from Home Guides SF Gate, Wednesday (18/8/2021), this sink requires similar care to porcelain to keep it white and shiny.

Usually, this ceramic sink will be more dull and stained due to lime scale and hard water deposits. The scale traps the dye on the surface of the sink and the stain worsens over time the slag layer becomes thicker.

Also read: 7 Small Size Objects That Can Clog the Sink

Proper cleaning and periodic descaling whitens the ceramic so that it looks new again. Here’s how to clean a ceramic sink to make it shine again.

Illustration of dish soap made from lime extract.SHUTTERSTOCK/PHENPHAYOM Illustration of dish soap made from lime extract.

1. Use dish soap and hot water

First, mix one tablespoon of liquid dish soap with 1.8 liters of hot water. Use dish soap that contains a grease-cutting agent if the inside of the sink feels greasy.

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2. Clean with a sponge

Then, clean the inside of the sink with dish soap and a slightly abrasive sponge, and rinse with clean water.

After that, install the drain, then fill the sink with a solution of one part white vinegar and three parts hot water.

Also read: How to Clean a Kitchen Sink to be Free of Dirt and Bacteria

Soak the sink in the solution for 30 to 60 minutes to remove scale buildup, stains, and soap residue.

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