The surface of the bathroom sink is destroyed by a thick layer of soap slag and white scale of hard water.
Despite wiping with a commercial bathroom cleaner, these tough stains are still attached to the sink.
Soap slag and water stains require products that break down and dissolve substances without damaging the surface of the sink.
Using a grinding tool on the sink can leave tiny scratches on the surface.
Remove dirty stains from the bathroom sink using the right tools and products.
Mix 1/2 cups of baking soda with 1/4 cups of white vinegar in a bowl.
Add a little more vinegar if needed to form a thick paste.
Wet the bathroom sink with warm water.
Sprinkle some salt on the bathroom sink.
Confuse baking soda and vinegar with a sponge on the stain on the sink.
Leave the paste on the stain for 5 to 10 minutes.
Scrub stains with a nylon washer as well as the entire sink and faucet.
Scrub around the bottom of the faucet and drain holes with an old toothbrush.
If the stain stays on the surface of the sink, please add more paste on the stain.
The stirring of paste, salt and nylon scrubber helps to remove stains.
Wet the nylon washer on a regular basis to help scrub.
After removing all the stains, rinse the sink with cold water and sponge.
Dry the sink and faucet with a towel to prevent water spots from appearing.