By Dreamer in Ontario on July 03, 2008
Photo by AcadiaTwo
Photo by AcadiaTwo
"This cleanser is so simple. You probably already have the main ingredient in you cupboard. It leaves your sink and your pots sparkling clean without the use of harsh chemicals or perfumes."
Serving Size: 1 (500 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I am completely paranoid about using poisonous cleaners in my kitchen, and I'm always glad to find a safe solution. This really does work! It's getting out stains in my sink I thought were there forever. Thanks for posting!"
"I'm always interested in using things that aren't toxic to the environment! Thanks for posting this. It did a super job with my sink, but make sure you rinse well, otherwise it may leave a residue. Made for the Causal Vegetarian Dec. 2011 Swap."
"Great stuff - can't add anything that hasn't already been said! Definite keeper. Thanks for posting!
Made for I recommend."
"I can actually say that the bottoms of my pans are actually shiny, it has been a while. Great stuff Dreamer.. Thanks for this. A keeper. Made for I recommend."
"It really works wonderfully and leaves your sink sparkly and shiny! I enjoy being able to get my sink clean and nice to look at without having to endanger the environment or my health. THANKS SO MUCH for sharing this great method here with us, dreamer! Made and reviewed for one of my babies during PAC Spring 2010."
"This works and is not harsh. Made for Everyday's a Holiday March 2010."
"This really works good and I already had it at home. Made for Top Favorites of 2009."
"Great stuff!! So easy and works amazing!"
"Wow! This really worked great! Thanks, Dreamer! Made for Zaar Stars."
"This worked great! When I was done, I rubbed a little lemon-eucalyptus oil on a paper towel and ran it around the sink for a great clean smell too. Will try the method with vinegar on my rag next time as 2Bleu suggested. THANKS for a keeper!!! Made as a recipenap for Veg*n Swap July 2009."
"Fantabulous recipe. I used this to scour all my pans 2 weeks ago so they can hang in the kitchen from a rack. Great job. For some of the nasty bottoms, I let soak in the paste mixture and used a nylon scrubber. Worked great as I was cleaning cupboards out while pots sat."
"This is perfect for cleaning stainless steel sinks, pots, and pans. We add vinegar to the dish cloth which seems to help remove the stains quicker and makes it squeeky clean. Great stuff!"
"This is the absolute best way to clean and shine a stainless steel sink.. used it to clean a friend's and she couldn't believe all I used was baking soda and water.. this also removes brown spots from stainless pots and pans... .. thanks for posting, nita"
"WOW! I've had a list of "how to make homemade cleaners" for years, and I never make them because I don't have a container to store them or I'm missing a couple ingredients. Instead, I spend big bucks buying organic cleaning products. I also tried this with gailanng's suggestion--adding some dish detergent. Fantastic, inexpensive, and earth friendly. Heloise would be impressed. Thank you for posting this!"
"Excellent recipe! Mix with dish detergent to clean bath tub and shower."
"This works great! I used it on my stainless steel sink and it looked like new. I also used it on the fixtures in the bathroom...worked great there too! This is a keeper! Made for Everyday is a Holiday tag game."
"this worked wonderful on my stainless steel sink, it made it shine like never before, what a great find, thank you Dreamer!"
"Worked great on my stainless steel sink! I will use this often, because it's good for the environment, doesn't smell bad and works so well! Thanks!"
"I buy baking soda by the bags - wonderful stuff - using your method far easier then filling the sink and waiting to have it do the job. Sprinkle, moisten and scrub shiny - how easy is that! Thank you for clean and shiny."
"It works to perfection. It was shyning after I washed my sink. I'll always do this to wash it. Thanks Dreamer. Made for Holiday tag"