How To Make Your Porcelain Sink Look New Again

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How To Make Your Porcelain Sink Look New Again. Is your sink dirty and grimy? Here are tips to make it clean again.

Anytime you try a product on a porcelain sink, always do a small spot first. 

If the enamel is gone it’s into the sink itself and you’ll have to replace.

 

Spray over cleaner let it set for 30-40 minutes and dirt comes right off.

Bar Keepers Friend will work wonders. Most times recommended from friends.

Whink rust remover available at hardware stores and some building supply stores . Works amazingly well . When my hubby and I got married nearly 40 years ago we moved into a place with a claw food tub that was bright red it was so stained with rust . He used whink and it looked brand new . We have been using whink ever since .

Put paper towels down and pour bleach on them let it sit.

Mr. Clean white pads.

Soft Scrub with bleach. Rub it on and let it sit for a few them wipe off and rinse. Just rub it all around and let it sit about 10 minutes, on the tougher stains I will use a Mr. clean sponge to rub the soft scrub in, works great!

Buy some Lysol toilet bowl cleaner ( original with blue top) and a magic eraser . Rub in on lightly and then wipe clean . I use it on all my sinks tubs and showers.

Try Scrubbing Bubbles, for normal weekly cleaning, works great for me. 

Buy a Pumie Scouring Stick for cleaning tile and porcelain. My bathroom sink was dull and stained. It looks brand new again.

Lime-A-Way. It’s 1.00 at Dollar General Store. Let it soak…(that’s my claw foot tub in the back of the picture I just used it on).

CLR (in silver bottle, NOT the green bottle). Spray and let soak for 20 minutes and use some elbow grease. 

If it’s rust on your sink, then use rust remover.

Toilet bowl cleaner. Rub it in let it sit for a few minutes and rinse.

Mr. Clean Magic Erasers! They are the ONLY thing that gets my porcelain sink white like brand new white.

Use a cut lemon slice dip in salt run it around and around repeat.

 

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