I have tried many natural, home cleaning products to clean sinks and tubs. By far, I have found that baking soda does the job better than anything else. Instead of using a bleach-based product that may be detrimental to your health, battle difficult grime with baking soda. Here’s how…wet the surface of the tub, sink or other surface with water. Sprinkle a generous amount of baking soda on it to make a paste. Then, scrub and rinse. Simple!
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I have found that if I let the baking soda dry on the surface then come back and scrub, it works even better. This allows the baking soda to naturally bleach the sink or surface and gives more grit to help with all the elbow grease involved!