Spring Green Cleaning: Kitchen Counter Tops and Sink

If you've been following along with our Spring Green Cleaning series, your kitchen is getting greener and cleaner. This time, we'll focus on getting your counter tops and sink clean and disinfected the green way.


What You'll Need:


Microfiber Cleaning Cloth

Nontoxic Cleaning Wipes (optional)

Nontoxic Sink Cleaner

Eco-Friendly Sponge 


1. Use a microfiber cleaning cloth and water to wipe down your counter tops. e-Cloth has a number of cloths that are perfect for this purpose. If you have formica counters, go for the Kitchen Cleaning Cloth. You can also find specialty cloths for stainless steel and granite.



2. While the e-Cloth does remove up to 99 percent of all bacteria, I like to run over the areas where I cut up food with Eat Cleaner Produce Wipes after I do my initial cleaning to ensure that I've fully eliminated bacteria. This optional step is up to you.



3. Use a nontoxic sink cleaner like Better Life Kitchen Sink Cleansing Scrub


and an eco-friendly sponge like the Twist Naked Sponge


to wipe out your sink and the faucet and handles.

4. Rinse the sink with warm water.

5. Pat yourself on the back for having an even cleaner, greener kitchen!




1 Response


October 16, 2014

Great tips!I hate when my counters become oily.Here you’ve shared great advices!Thank you!


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