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All Natural 3 Ingredient Sink Detox

By April 21, 2020Quarentine Clean

Hey diva Hey!!!!

I’m determined to make the most of my time on quarantine house arrest. Yup Girl This House will be QUARANTINE CLEAN!!! A few weeks ago I shared how I revamped, reorganized my pantry using the $1 store bins. Check out that post here (click here).

In this post though, I’m sharing how I have learned to better care for my kitchen sink with an at home 3 ingredient recipe.

Some studies state a higher concentration of bacteria can be found in the kitchen sink than in the toilet bowl. Click To Tweet


Your kitchen is the focal point of your home, and if you’re like me, your sink is used to wash hair, hands, food, dishes, all that! It’s important we keep it as clean as possible, WITHOUT the use of added chemicals which can impact our overall health and immunity

Building your immunity and removing toxins from your body is not something you can just take a pill and do.

It happens bit by bit as you decide to make small changes day by day!

This is why I’ve been researching how to make my own at home cleaning products (for a while now actually), and  making my kitchen cleaners is just a start.

It won’t be a complete overhaul, but little by little I’m going to take control of what I consume in my mouth, through my nose and atop my skin as much as I can.

I am assuming you interested in learning to do the same?

So let’s get started diva!


In my research diva, I have learned that common pantry items can be combined into natural, non-toxic cleaners that can be used throughout your house. I was literally SHOCKED AND AWED at how clean baking soda and castile soap got my sink! It was sparkling before I was done! 

I want to challenge you to complete this
Sink Detox with me.

There are 2 parts to this

  1. The weekly cleaner – The Scrubbing Paste
  2. The daily cleaner- The Cleansing Spray

The Weekly Cleaner – THE SCRUBBING PASTE

Ingredients / Tools:
Baking Soda
Castile Soap
Magic Eraser
Non Metal Bowl (Plastic, Glass, etc)
Plastic Spray Bottle

I bought all of my ingredients and tools from Amazon (click here) to get yours! I organized them all in a Sink Detox List just for us!

Steps / Instructions:

  1. Rinse your dirty sink out really well, with no remaining food particles or gunk.
  2. Apply a Scrubbing paste using your Magic Eraser, really get into and scrub hard sis!
    1. To make your homemade scrubbing paste use 1/2 cup of baking soda, a teaspoon of Castile soap, and enough water to make the paste. I love citrus Scent but they have all kinds using essentials oils for the scent. 100% all natural and smells yummy!
  3. Scrub everything really well, then rinse off thoroughly
  4. Spray the sink with the all natural daily cleaning spray, then rinse again!
    1. DAILY CLEANER: Fill Your Spray bottle 1/2 way with White Vinegar, Fill the other 1/2 with Water. Equal parts water and white vinegar. Use this spray nightly (at the end of your day each day). Ohhh and feel free to add an essential oil of your choice. I used tea tree oil for the daily spray!
  5. Lastly, wipe down sink with a microfiber cleaning cloth, and stand back and admire your shine sis!

The Scrubbing Paste

The Sink with the Scrubbing Paste Rubbed in Really Good



Used My Daily Sink Cleaner to finish the job

The Finished Result

Well diva, that is it! So easy, so fresh, So clean, clean!


I wouldn’t be me, if I didn’t leave you with a Diva Assignment. We don’t just READ, we take action by committing and accepting a challenge to complete the task. You ready sis?

  1. If you plan to complete this challenge leave a comment below!
  2. Share when you will complete it and what essential oil scent (if any) you will be using
  3. Share this post with others on your timeline and encourage them to learn how to detox their kitchen sink!
  4. Next I will organizing the cabinet under the sink, cleaning the oven and the fridge with all natural products I make from home. If you want to continue to get this info, make sure you are on our mailing list sis!
  5. PS. Our friends at EWG study, test and rate products that contain toxins.  See how your current cleaning products rate on their scale (click here)


  • Samantha Jones says:

    I’m in! Excited!

    • Coach Twy says:

      That’s Fabulous Samantha! I can’t wait to hear back. I was so shocked at how easy it was to make my sink bling again! And the fact that its all natural is a big plus!

  • Tracy Williams says:

    I’m in. I have tried vinegar to baking soda to clean my stove top and it works perfectly.

    • Coach Twy says:

      Yay!!! I can’t wait to see your sink results. That vinegar and baking soda paste is out of this world good! That paste is going to do wonders all around my home!! Way cheaper, cleaner and NO TOXINS! Thanks for joining sis.

  • Valerie says:

    This recipe is fantastic! I love that the ingredients are things I have at home. 🙌🏽👏🏽

    • Coach Twy says:

      Please share how it works for you sis. Thank you for stopping by, and looking forward to you doing it again soon.

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