How do I keep my porcelain sink white without using bleach or harsh chemicals?
By Diane Abbruzzese from Littleton, CO
I would try a non scratch scrub pad available in super market. 3M makes several types and scrub with a soap of your choice. (09/20/2009)
Use Whiting, it is a super-fine powder for polishing glass items such a porcelain, mirrors, appliances, etc. It is available in good paint stores (used as a paint thickener). Wipe sink down with sudsy all-cotton terry cloth; sprinkle whiting and then wipe clean (polish is more like it). There's no law against waxing the sink or placing a rubber mat in bottom to protect against scratches or nicks from pans.
I live in an area with hard water and my sinks and toilet bowls become yellowed without regular care. I use Polident denture cleaner for my sinks and toilet bowls. Two tablets does the trick. I let the cleaner and water sit overnight and by morning, all is bright white again. (10/20/2009)
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