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Looking for a safe, effective, non-toxic way to clean your white cast iron sink? This is the easiest way to clean your sink without any harsh chemicals.
When we designed our kitchen, I wanted to bring in elements that would have originally been in the house back when it was built in 1886.
I have always love the huge white, cast iron sinks that were often found in old farmhouses. I had no idea what they were called, until I did a lot of research.
Finding a used old drainboard sink, is easy, but finding one in good condition, is extremely difficult. Rather than go down the many rabbit holes of resurfacing an old sink, I bought a brand new one. My husband designed the kitchen design around the sink and I absolutely love it!
Stained Cast Iron
The problem with a white cast iron sink is, it gets dirty and “stained” easily. It does require regular cleaning to maintain the beautiful white color. The biggest offenders for staining the cast iron are coffee and tomato based sauces, like spaghetti sauce.
Let me show you how to easily clean your cast iron sink!
How to clean a cast iron sink
Why Choose Shaklee?
I choose Shaklee for many reasons. Aside from their effectiveness, Shaklee promises to never put any of these ingredients in their products, making them safe to use for your family!
- screens every ingredient for over 350 contaminants, pesticides, and impurities—that’s three times more than what’s required by US Pharmacopeia standards
- avoid parabens, phthalates, propylene glycol, sulfates, coal tar, PEG derivatives, artificial colors and fragrances, and more
- perform more than 100,000 quality tests each year to ensure the safety of ALL their products
Where can you buy Shaklee Nature Bright?
All Shaklee products can be purchased online through individual ambassadors. You can purchase Nature Bright here.
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