The one trick to get a sparkling sink in no time

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We all know that baking soda is essential to keeping any kitchen fresh and clean and who doesn't love the scent of freshly squeezed lemon? But did you know that when you combine the two, you'll have the ideal materials to getting that sink sparkling clean?
Next time you are at the grocery store, stock up on some extra lemons not just for cooking with but for cleaning too. Follow the directions below and you will never look at another dirty sink again.
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Materials
1. Knife
2. Lemon
3. Baking soda
Directions
1. Grab one lemon and a handful of baking soda
Cut your lemon in half and pour some baking soda into a small dish.
2. Coat dirty sink
Next, sprinkle the baking soda all over your sink and then squeeze the fresh lemon juice over the baking soda. Use the other half of the lemon as a "sponge" and scrub the mess in the sink.
3. Rinse
The last thing you need to do is turn on the faucet and rinse the away the residue from the sink then it will be bright and white and good to go.
Other tips
1. For hardened food or stickier substances, try scrubbing the sink with a ball of tin foil and dish detergent.
2. Deseed your lemon before you squeeze the juice to keep the seeds from clogging your drain.
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