Narrow bathroom sink – Cleaning an old bathroom sink is not too epic of a task, especially if you give the cleaner a few minutes to penetrate the stains. When cleaning the sink, be sure to completely remove all toothbrushes, razors etc. from the area so that they will not be contaminated. Usually, bathroom sinks can be cleaned quickly with only the use of surface cleaners and some paper towels, but older sinks need the extra power that the sponge and vinegar solution offers.
Extinguish the entire narrow bathroom sink in any household surface cleaner such as Mr. Clean or scrubbing bubbles. Make sure the vacuum cleaner is in the bowl of the sink, the counter around it, and on the water nozzle and rings. Wait five minutes to allow the vacuum cleaner to effectively break up any stains or build up residues. Use the rough side of a sponge to scrub away at the sink, using small circular motions and make sure to bring in between the water rings and the nozzle.
Rinse the sponge with water required to get rid of any dung that builds it up and continue to scrub until all major stains and soap residues have been removed. Combine some water into some vinegar in an empty spray bottle. Lightly fog the entire narrow bathroom sink with the mixture and gently polish it with a soft cloth. Allow the vinegar solution to dry. Replace toothbrushes and other items you previously removed from the sink area.