How to Get White Sinks Clean

One of the biggest struggles I've always had as a renter is white sinks. If you have them, you know how hard it is to keep them looking clean and shiny white, but they still seem to be a rental home staple.

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Luckily, I've found the one product that works every time to clean up all the scratches, scuffs, and dirt right out of your sinks. Ladies and gents, meet Bar Keepers Friend:

Seriously, I have no idea what I did before this. Let me show you why!

Here's my somewhat scary looking sinks, they took a beating over the holidays with my family visiting:

Make sure the surface is wet, then sprinkle the Bar Keepers Friend all over the area that needs to be cleaned

Then scrub with a damp sponge immediately. You'll literally see the dirt coming up!

Rinse them off, and voila! Shiny clean sinks! 

The one thing I've learned is that sometimes if your sinks are especially bad they might need a second scrub before all the dirt and marks are gone, but it always does the trick. 

Tell me in the comments, have you used Bar Keeper's Friend before? What's your best cleaning trick?

Thanks for visiting!

1 comment

  1. Awesome write up! i never knew about bar keeper's friend, definitely going to try this product out!



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