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Tuesday, October 23, 2012


How to Preserve Your Ceramic Bathroom Sink




It's time to take another look at cleaning your sink. This time we will be discussing ceramic bathroom sinks and the methods to go about cleaning them. Ceramic bathroom sinks are also known as vitreous china sinks and were around long before stainless steel or plastic and continue to remain popular fixtures in bathrooms today. They are known for their mesmerizing designs and craftsmanship. When one buys a ceramic bathroom sink, one buys a touch of class and style for their bathroom. 

However, in order to get the most out of your bathroom sink, you must take the proper measures to ensure its longevity. This means cleaning it. Although ceramic sinks are very resistant to stains and fading, that doesn't mean that germs can't find their way in. Protect your family's health and the shelf life of your ceramic and china with proper cleaning. 

So how does one clean a ceramic bathroom sink?


Generally, you don't need many chemicals to clean your ceramic sink. In fact, it is certainly possible not to use any chemicals at all and apply a homemade solution of one parts vinegar and four parts water. This solution will be acidic enough to remove most of the germs. Just apply with a sponge and scrub lightly. Regular dish soap will work here as well. If you do find that you have tougher buildups or odors in your drain, simple baking soda can do the trick. Baking soda may also work if you have a stain on your sink. 
Maintaining your ceramic bathroom sink with a cleaning routine is the best way to preserve it. How do you clean your bathroom sink?   

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