Use This TikTok-Approved Product To Deep Clean Stains From Your White Kitchen Sink

When you are decorating or renovating your kitchen, and you make the brave decision to install a white sink, you must know that with great power comes great responsibility. Although they're gorgeous, white sinks can easily stain from all the food and liquid spills that take place. These stains aren't always preventable, so you'll need to find cleaning products that can tackle the issue. When basic products can't get rid of these stains, it's time to make an upgrade. According to TikTok home improvement creator @valerie_hhouse, what changed her white kitchen sink cleaning game is the Scrub Daddy PowerPaste.

The PowerPaste is a clay-based product that works against grease, limescale, and mildew. It also takes action against the pigments in food material. Although a lot of sink materials are susceptible to permanent or semi-permanent stains from pigmented food material, some are more prone to stain than others, especially if they are porous, such as marble, unsealed concrete, and laminate. Foods that impart color easily onto sinks include wines, food coloring, teas, and anything that contains citric acid that can corrode the surface without difficulty. Scrub Daddy PowerPaste helps by exfoliating your white sink until the stains are gone.

Use the cleaning product to scrub away tough stains

The Scrub Daddy PowerPaste incorporates the absorption power of clay with enough abrasion to lift deep stains. TikTok creator Valerie attests to this in a video where she demonstrates just how effective the cleaning product is. To use the product, all you have to do is dampen the sponge applicator, dip it into the cleanser until it foams, and scrub the sink stain directly until it becomes a distant memory.

The PowerPaste goes for $10, which seems to be on the higher side for a cleaning product, but if you're dealing with what seems like a dire stain situation, it may soften your pockets. In addition to being a lifesaver, the Scrub Daddy is also nontoxic and biodegradable, which is a plus for the environment. It's safe for use on hard surfaces like sinks, countertops, and ovens; however, it is not advised for use on more delicate surfaces. Being an abrasive, it could contribute to erosion or damage a material's finish — if this is a concern, pick a small area and spot-test the product before going all in.