How To Clean A Ceramic Sink? (6 Step Guide)

In my bathroom, kitchen, and outdoor, the ceramic sink is the most valuable item to me as a mother.

I always want my porcelain sink to remain gleaming and free of scratches at all times.

With kids in the house who are ever playful, sinks can become filthy and soiled over time.

My husband always opts to call for specialized personnel to clean.

I have always been a fun of art and craft, and I prefer to clean or even repair it on my own.

Don’t be concerned if your porcelain sink becomes dirty and soiled.

Today, I’ll show you how to clean a porcelain sink so that it shines and appears brand new.

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Using baking soda and lemon to clean a ceramic sink

On a ceramic sink, baking soda and lemon are safe.

Baking soda can remove any stains and scratches from an old porcelain sink without causing any damage.

This cleaning solution is ideal for a ceramic sink.

This method can be used on any ceramic sink.

Using this method, the following cleaners will be required: A spoon, a lemon slice, a ceramic sink lid, brush, sponge, and baking soda.

To clean a ceramic sink, follow the steps outlined below.

First step: Fill The Sink

• Using a lid, cover the sinkhole. Fill the sink with water until it is full.
• Splash water around on the ceramic sink’s side. After that, remove the cover and drain the water.
• Ensure that there is no standing water in the sink. The baking soda will dissolve and become ineffective as a result.
• Bring a cup of water, then soak the sponge in it to soften it. On the sink, never use a wet or dry sponge. So, before you begin washing the kitchen sink, wring the sponge.

Second step: Pour in Baking Soda

• Pour baking soda into the sink by hand or with a spoonful.
• For cleaning, you’ll need 1/2 cup baking soda.
• Sprinkle baking soda into the sink’s basin until the ceramic sink is wholly covered.
• Don’t forget to use baking soda on any filthy or stained areas.

Third step: Scrub 

• Using a soft sponge, scrub the baking soda into the water.
• When it’s time to scrub, you’ll notice that the baking soda clumps together into small lumps. This is an indication that you’re on the correct track. It indicates that the baking soda isn’t overly moist or soft. That will efficiently clean the dirt out of your sink.
• Scrubbing the sink until the filth or stains are removed. Make sure to scrub any unclean or soiled areas.
• Scrub the stained area of the sink with your scrubbing sponge.
• Stop scrabbling the sink while you can see it has been cleaned. In the sink, baking soda bubbles.

Fourth Step: Use Your Lemon

• Cut a lemon in half to whiten your sink naturally. 4 slices from a lemon
• Each slice should be rubbed around the sink’s basin. Squeeze a large amount of lemon juice onto the ceramic sink. Lemon juice can be used to clean the stained screen on the sink.
• Place the lemon juice on the sink and rub it in until the ceramic is completely covered.
• To completely coat the ceramic sink with lemon juice, you’ll need 4 or 5 lemon slices.

Fifth step: Let It Sit

• After the lemon juice has been applied to the ceramic sink, let it sit for 30 minutes.
• It will provide the sink the lemon juice’s natural acidity. It’s time to get rid of the stains and the blackness.

Sixth step: Rinse

• After 30 minutes, rinse the ceramic sink with clean water. The sink should be thoroughly cleaned.
• Using a dishcloth or another soft towel, pour water into the sink. Your sink is now brighter, shinier, and whiter, as you can see.

That’s Your Ceramic Sink Cleaned

This procedure can be used to clean a porcelain sink in a bathroom or in the kitchen.

It will have your ceramic sink sparkling and looking like new in just 6 easy steps.