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The kitchen sink is often treated like a trash can when you’re in the middle of cooking or baking -- so it could use a good scrub now and then!
What’s the trick to getting the job done when it comes to a stainless steel sink? A grapefruit (or a lemon), kitchen expert Pamela Salzman says!
Simply cut a grapefruit in half and sprinkle kosher salt on the cut side -- and use the grapefruit itself as your sponge. (It smells good, too!)
What's more is that you can also use a salted grapefruit to clean your silver and cutting board.
PLUS, you can cut one up, put it in your garbage disposal, run it and your disposal will get disinfected!
Who knew a grapefruit could do so much?!