How To Clean Grime Around A Tight Faucet – Toxin Free, Of Course!

 GACK!  I hate it when the faucets get grimy around the base, and there’s discoloration on the porcelain sink!

It’s so hard to clean around the base of my faucets, because they are so stinkin’ close together.  Toxin free bathroom cleaning, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide instead of vinegar, nylon stocking

So here’s my little trick.  Kills germs, and whitens the porcelain too.

Sprinkle some baking soda all around the area you want to clean.

Toxin free bathroom cleaning, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide instead of vinegar, nylon stocking

Then spritz with hydrogen peroxide.  Allow to sit there for 10 minute, or all day if you have errands outside of the house.
Then scrub with a piece of old nylon stocking.  It’s the perfect thing for getting into all those nooks and crannies!  If your your faucet parts are really close together like mine are, use a little skewer to push the nylon around to scrub the sink.

Toxin free bathroom cleaning, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide instead of vinegar, nylon stocking

Rinse all the grimy discoloration away!  Wipe the powdery baking soda residue away with a soft cloth, a step I clearly forgot to do before I took this pic.. oops!  But check out that white porcelain!

Toxin free bathroom cleaning, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide instead of vinegar, nylon stocking
The peroxide kills germs and whitens, the nylon is just rough enough to scrub, but gentle enough not to scrub.  It’s absolutely the best way to scrub a tub or sink!

“Live Long & Prosper”
Rebecca

Comments

  1. says

    Wow that does the trick and I luv using the peroxide as it is such a germ killer for sure. Love this site as you have really put lots n lots of work and information on here. Great job Rebbecca!!!

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