Boring stuff!

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  1. billkce

    billkce Funster

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    This one is for the ladies.
    Can anyone recommend and cleaning products to get sink surfaces clean. I am aware not to use a bleach based product and am having difficulties getting rid of stains.
    Any help would be appreciated.

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    Carole
     
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    Gonewiththewind Read Only Funster

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    Bicarb mixed with a little water to form a paste.

    Don
     
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    what material is the sink made of ??
     
  4. billkce

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    Not sure, but its 7 year old plastic/acrylic 'stuff'. I have an Autotrail Dakota.

    Carole
     
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    My good lady, who is a school caretaker and cleans sinks for a living says she would start with CIF. She also says that lemon juice can be good but sometimes the stains needs softening first.:thumb:
     
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    And I use Doktor Power by JML on everything. Even the dog runs away when she smells it coming out of the cupboard.:Smile:
     

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