- Lavender scent: Aluminum free sodium bicarbonate and natural fragrance*
- Beach scent: Aluminum free sodium bicarbonate and natural fragrance*
- Citrus scent: Aluminum free sodium bicarbonate, cymbopogon schoenanthus oil, citrus limon (lemon) peel oil, mentha piperita (peppermint) oil, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil
*Derived from green, DFE-compliant, and natural sources. Free of petrochemicals, solvents, dyes, and pesticides. Learn more here.
How To Instructions
Empty your sink of dishes and any food particles stuck in the drain catch. Sprinkle SINK SCRUB™ onto the surface of the sink. Roll up your sleeves, grab your scrub brush or sponge, and gently rub in circular movements or with the grain of the aluminum or stone. Rinse with cool water, and step back to enjoy your spotlessly clean sink.
Want to clean out that garbage disposal while you’re rocking your kitchen chores? Easy. Drop 3-4 ice cubes down the sink, turn on your garbage disposal, then rinse SINK SCRUB™ off your sink surface. The baking soda, ice cubes, and natural fragrance will work together to clean the blades and freshen the disposal!
Additional Uses: Eager to make every surface of your home squeaky clean? You can use our sink scrub on toilets, bathtubs, deep sinks, pots and pans, and any other sealed surfaces that need a good scrubbing!
One of our favorite ways to use SINK SCRUB™ is on the carpet to clean up spills, accidents, and animal messes. SINK SCRUB™ will pull out stains and deodorize the area (especially helpful for households with pets or small children). First, blot up as much liquid as possible. If the mess is urine, use warm soapy water to clean the area. Then, generously sprinkle the powder over the smelly area and allow to sit for several hours to dry. Finally, vacuum the area to remove the loose powder.
Reusable Glass Jar. Don’t throw this jar in the trash! This beautiful glass jar can be reused in any area of your home. Run it through the hot cycle in the dishwasher and reuse for food storage. Pop in cotton balls for use in the bathroom. Repurpose into a homemade candle. Store bobby pins, thumb tacks, or crafting supplies. You can even make your own DIY cleaner recipes. When you’re done reusing, recycle.