Ceramic is a highly resistant surface, is susceptible to cracking and has a dulling of the finish . If you use the wrong products, accelerating the degradation of the surface. Detergents as scouring powder , white vinegar (or other cleaning products to high in acid or sponges such as steel wool) should be avoided, as they can damage the finish. To get excellent cleaning results, try using a mild initially. Here’s how to clean a ceramic sink .

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For gentle cleansing weekly, mix 1 gallon of hot water with 2 tablespoons of dish soap containing a cutting agent grease. Use a soft cloth or sponge, dip it into the mixture and pass it on the sink Rinse with water only. Cleaning monthly or more deep, pour hot water in a bucket and add 1/4 cup of baking soda and 1/4 cup of ammonia. Sodium bicarbonate is slightly abrasive and is generally used on the porcelain in general; thanks to ammonia can be removed easily removing the fat and foam accumulated in the sink. Dip a soft sponge in the solution of baking soda / ammonia and rub the surface in ceramics , with special attention to the colored areas of the sink.

Dip the sponge in the solution and repeat the process until you are satisfied with the results. Rinse well with a microfiber cloth. After rinsing, dry thoroughly with a clean cloth or baking soda will leave a white film on the ceramic. To remove rust stains from ceramic, cover the stain with salt. Take half a lemon and squeeze the juice pulling down on salt. Perform a scrub with the mixture of salt and lemon with a clean cloth or a nylon sponge.

If the rust stain still appears, let the mixture act for an hour or so. Squeeze lemon juice over the stain, rinse and dry with a cotton cloth. To add shine and a protective coating on the ceramic sink, squeeze a small amount of lemon oil on a clean cloth and rub the sides. The lemon oil will help to repel the soap scum or dirt in general and keep the sink clean longer and also fragrant. Remember, moreover, that it is important to test a small hidden section of the sink, to ensure that the cleaning agent used does not cause adverse effects on the ceramic surface.