Handmade Sink Suppliers introduces how to clean the sink scientifically:
1. The pipeline is blocked
Turn off the water pipe first. It is impossible to flush impurities down with water. For foreign objects at the drain, you can use waste toothbrushes, iron wires, etc. to pick them out. Generally, the sewer pipe can be removed. When disassembling, pay attention to putting a water basin under the sewage to prevent the sewage from contaminating the cabinet. After the sewer pipe is removed, if there are vegetable leaves, silt, and other debris, you can hook it out with iron wire, etc. If it is greasy and clogged, you can pour hot water first and then dredge it.
2. Heavy oil stains
After rinsing the surface of the sink, sprinkle with baking soda to make a paste, apply and rinse according to the degree of greasy dirt. Then fill the sink with water and pour white vinegar, or cover the sink with paper towels soaked in white vinegar, and wait for half an hour before removing the paper towels. Then use a nylon sponge dipped in soapy water, and do the final cleaning for the sink.
Another method is to use the apple cores that we eat every day to complete the cleaning work. Cut the core of the fruit, and repeatedly wipe the inner wall of the sink, the pectin in the apple core can remove the oil very well. It is suitable for daily use and can be used as waste without harming the sink.
3. Peculiar smell at the drain
Generally, the drain pipe and the floor drain are not properly sealed. Seal it with electrical tape or glass glue. Then pull up the hose leading to the lower water pipe, wrap a few layers of plastic wrap on the end of the pipe, and plug it into the lower water pipe.
4. Floating rust white film
①Floating rust white film appears on the surface of the sink, which can be wiped with toothpaste, talcum powder, and rust-removing water.
②Use talcum powder to remove rust spots: put a small handful of talcum powder into a dry sink, and wipe the rust spots with a clean soft cloth;
③Remove with rust-removing water: Use a clean and soft cloth dipped in a small amount of rust-removing water to wipe gently on the rusty parts.
5. Easy to dye
Generally, stone sinks are easy to stain. You can mix flour and detergent to make a paste. Spread the prepared paste on the stained place of the sink. Spread a layer of cling film on the surface overnight, and then remove the cling film. Let the paste dry further to absorb the stains, and then scrape off the paste with a razor blade. If the stained area appears dark after removing it, you can do it again a week later.