Yes it is possible to kill 99.99% of odor causing bacteria in your USED sponge. Wow, I had no clue. I usually avoid sponges because if not brand new, they seem to be a breading ground for germs. Well I have officially squashed that notion after receiving my very own Sponge Bath! But before I give you the tutorial, let me give you my 5 best tips for bathroom and kitchen cleaning.
These tips are my very own, however the Sponge Bath did sponsor this post for a product review. All reviews are my own and are honest!
5. How to Clean your Kitchen or Bathroom Sink
This seams pretty intuitive but I have a more “thorough” way. Besides cleaning the basin, you will want to rid the drain and pipes of bacteria. Pour baking soda or white vinegar down the drain and run hot water. Then take dental floss and clean the little grooves in your faucet. You know those places right above where the water comes out that tends to collect soap scum? Floss will bust that right out.
I like to cut a lemon in half and toss it in the garbage disposal for an instant fresh kitchen fragrence.
Why should you regularly clean your sink?
Did you know the sink is dirtier than you toilet? Yes! You heard that correctly. This means you should be doing weekly cleanings to fight the germs.
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