Earth Friendly Sink Cleaner

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Eco-friendly cleaners can be very expensive, but here is a very simple, do it yourself, no scrub sink cleanser recipe that will leave your sink sparkling clean and the earth- Still Green!

I wasn’t familiar with the cleaning benefits of hydrogen peroxide (aside from using it in first aid situations to flush wounds), but I found this recipe to be highly effective. Peroxide is often cheaper at dollar stores, we frequently find it for 50¢ a bottle at Dollar Tree and Dollar General. It’s generally .97¢ a bottle at Walmart, so this cleaning solution is relatively cheap to make as well.

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You’ll need:
Hydrogen Peroxide
Baking Soda

Wet the sink, sprinkle baking soda liberally throughout the sink.

Lightly spray the sink with peroxide. Let set about 10 minutes.

Go do something else while the cleaning action of the two takes care of all the hard work itself!

Now, Using a damp cloth, wipe sink clean, then rinse well to remove a remaining residue.

Here’s a Before- During- and After Photo:

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The best part about this simple recipe is that it also freshens the drain and helps remove any odors that normally linger.

Here are some additional DIY Cleaning recipes we think you’ll enjoy:

  • Mom’s Super Laundry Sauce– our 7-minute no-cook, no mess heavy duty laundry soap recipe that needs only 1 Tablespoon per load! Less than $2 and wash 128 loads of laundry per batch
  • Amazing Scum Removing Cleaner– tough grime in your shower, tub or toilet? This no-scrub recipe makes short work of even the toughest of stains
  • Unclog a Drain with Ease– 3 ingredients, DIY cleaner that works like magic

What is your favorite Earth Friendly Sink cleaning recipe?

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10 Comments

  1. would this work the same on the tub and shower’s do you think? scrubbing the shower walls after my kids is enough of a work out that i can skip the gym for that day.

  2. I don’t see why not! One thing you can do is put white vinegar in a spritz bottle, once the shower is sparkling clean, you can leave the bottle in the shower and have the kids spray down the shower after they’re done showering. It will keep a build-up from occurring and save you from scrubbing.

  3. i could try they hate the smell vinegar has, thanks for the tip i’ll definitely try it even if i have to spray it down myself after they shower :095:

  4. this works wonders, my previous neighbors told me about this. i have been using it every since for my bathtub as well as my kitchen sink. best deals on baking soda can be found at costco, i buy the large bag.

    it lasts for a long time.

  5. i did this as directed and was very pleasantly surprised. my sink looks better than it has since it was new. it is about 25 years old.

    procelean

  6. I have a rental property and I don’t think the tenants ever cleaned the tub or shower walls the entire 2 years they lived there. I have tried many tricks with no luck including magic erasers, it took of some of the grime but not all of it. I will have to give the baking soda and peroxide a try.

    • I have a rental property and I don’t think the tenants ever cleaned the tub or shower walls the entire 2 years they lived there. I have tried many tricks with no luck including magic erasers, it took of some of the grime but not all of it. I will have to give the baking soda and peroxide a try.

      no.. you don’t want to do that. try this for the tub & shower walls or you’ll be cleaning filth for a month using the baking soda.

      https://www.budget101.com/content.php/3791

      rental units are so nasty- it’s amazing how disgusting people can be, particularly when the place isn’t “theirs”. we rent a couple properties and i always want to go in with a gas mask!

      btw, the cleaner works great but it does stink!

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