This post is sponsored by Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar. All views expressed are my own.
I’m back today, using Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar. This time to show you how to clean and shine your kitchen sink! If you missed my previous two posts, check them out to see how I use Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar in my bathroom as well as with my laundry. You may be surprised at how versatile it is! There is a use for it in about every room.
It is super easy to clean and shine your kitchen sink using Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar! Follow these 5 steps and you’ll have it done in no time!
How to Clean and Shine Your Kitchen Sink
- Clear the sink of any dishes and/or food.
- Generously spray Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar on the entirety of your sink, including the faucet. Pay special attention to the small crevices and where your sink meets the counter top. (It should be noted: Do not use Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar on granite or marble. These are porous and the vinegar will wear them down.)
- Let sit for 5-10 minutes.
- Scrub with a sponge and rinse with water.
- Buff with a microfiber rag.
For tough build up, repeat steps.
Let’s take a look at some results:
How’s that for clean and shiny?!
I think my favorite thing to clean with vinegar are kitchen faucets. The kind that pull out like this one. I’ve lived in several different places and this thing always seems to have this nasty buildup on it.
Ah! I will sleep well tonight, knowing this is clean! It took about 45 minutes, soaking in 1 cup of Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar to remove that crusty buildup. Tough Stuff!
There are a few things that I’ve really come to love about this brand of vinegar over the past several months. First, it comes in a spray bottle! Call me lazy, but I appreciate that I don’t have to track down an empty spray bottle, label, and fill it. It’s already conveniently done for me! Second, the smell. Vinegar is known for it’s distinctive odor. Four Monks controls that pretty well with their Aroma Controlled product, and then steps it up with the Citrus Mint Scent (which I used today to clean my kitchen sink). I can actually stand to clean daily with both of these! And last but not least, I like that it is a bit stronger than traditional vinegar. With 6% acidity, it is 20% stronger than traditional vinegar. That means it’s doing all the hard work for me!
Oh, and one more thing. I’ve read a few complaints in cleaning forums about the price, but you can find a $1.00 off coupon here, which brings it down to a very affordable $1.47. Try it out and let me know how you like it! You can find it at Walmart Supercenters in the vinegar isle.