Cleaning without chemicals is better for every aspect of nature, especially the human aspect.
How to Clean Stained Enamel
The old, white enamel sink brings back some really old memories. If your white, enamel sink has stains as old as your memories, there is a way to clean the enamel without using harsh, environmentally hazardous chemicals.
No Bleach Or Other Bio-hazards
Without the use of bleach or other bio-hazardous ingredients you can whiten and brighten even a fifty year old enamel sink with water, some good old fashioned elbow grease and a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser which some have decided to call a ‘miracle sponge’.
The Magic Eraser can be used for countless cleaning situations around the house including an aging, enamel kitchen sink. The Magic Eraser is a mildly abrasive sponge so you will want to try it on a hidden area of any surface before you use it.
Clean Without Chemicals
I don’t like the odor of any kitchen cleaning products and I shudder at the thought of the damage all those chemicals are doing to our water supply as we spray and rise it all down the drain.
- Take a coffee stained enamel sink streaked with black lines from dragging pots and pans across the surface and wet it down with water and scrub with a Magic Eraser.
Stains gone, black lines gone. No nasty chemicals in the water, down the drain, burning your eyes or drying out your hands.
Sink is Clean – No One Got Hurt
The longer we abuse nature, the longer it will take to repair the damage. I don’t think giant cockroaches will be the result of our abuses years from now. I don’t think all the chemicals we force upon nature will come back to haunt us as giant bugs, plants or animals. I just don’t think there will be any of those creatures at all. For the sake of man’s cleanliness, we will drown nature in all our chemicals.
It does not need to be that way. Cleaning without chemicals is better for every aspect of nature, especially the human aspect.