The sink that gets in contact with raw food (unwashed vegetables, raw meat, blood, leaves, etc) must be disinfected periodically if you don’t want to get infected with salmonella. Stainless steel sinks can be easily cleaned without chemicals. Here’s how to properly clean kitchen sinks with natural ingredients in record time.
On the other hand, any housewife knows that it is risky to use cleaning products full of chemicals on plates, chopper and kitchen counter top, especially if you have sensitive children. You can make a natural disinfecting solution of tree oil, which has antifungal properties and kill staphylococci, e-coli, salmonella shingella without the need of alcohol or chlorine.
Unclog the kitchen sink
Put a few drops of tea tree oil in a spray bottle and mix with 2 tablespoons of vinegar, then fill the bottle with water.
If you want to clean and disinfect at the same time, mix with a little dish washer detergent solution with sodium bicarbonate solution and spray onto surfaces which you want to clean and disinfect.
The easiest solution to unclog a sink that gives you headaches is to boil a kettle filled with water. This age-old recipe is ideal for kitchen because the fat acts as a barrier for water. Try, however, to pour water directly down the drain, not to affect the rest of your sink. If that goes well with the first pot, add another one, to disinfect the pipe. You also need to know that the boiling water is most effective if you mix it with salt.