I Tried This Popular Pink Stuff Cleaning Paste… and WOW! (+ It’s Only $5.97 on Amazon)

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Need some help with hard-to-remove stains around the house?

Today I’m excited to share a helpful cleaning product that I recently discovered called The Pink Stuff. It’s an effective yet gentle cleaning paste that I highly recommend for hard-to-clean grease and grime around the house!

I have to confess though that I am always slightly skeptical at trying products that promise miracles, but this cleaner is so popular on TikTok and the online reviews are pretty amazing, so that definitely piqued my interest!

Right now, you can score the The Pink Stuff Miracle Cleaning Paste for the lowest price ever of $5.97! 

Woman cleaning stove with Pink Stuff

What is The Pink Stuff Miracle Cleaning Paste?

It’s a powerful all-purpose cleaning paste that is gentle on surfaces but is also tough on stains. The ideal uses for it include cleaning saucepans, ovens, barbecues, ceramic tiles, glass, rust, sinks, garden furniture, paintwork, boats, stove cooktops, copper, and much more.

You basically just grab a rag or sponge, dip it in The Pink Stuff, and start scrubbing! I found that it is quite an effective cleaner, especially compared to the spray-on cleaners I am used to using.  Keep in mind you do have to put some elbow grease into it for the really baked-on stains.

using the pink stuff to clean the oven

The Pink Stuff cleaned my oven like a champ!!

I used a Scrub Daddy sponge with the cleaning paste and scrubbed out my oven easily. There were a few spots that required some harder scrubbing, but it did so well! I let it soak in for a few minutes, then scrubbed it. I am super impressed!

I took the oven rack out that was brown from baked-on grease and grime, and scrubbed it too over the sink, and it now looks brand new!

before and after cleaning oven

The Pink Stuff’s primary ingredients are baking soda, quartz, sodium silicate, and soap, which makes sense with its ability to break down baked-on grease. It may not be great for polished surfaces as it could scratch, and also it could take the paint off of walls, so be sure to spot test on certain surfaces first before scrubbing.

There is no chemical smell to this cleaning paste, which is amazing too!

Ready to grab some Pink Stuff Miracle Cleaner for yourself? You can find it on Amazon!

The Pink Stuff Miracle Cleaning Paste 1-Count
Only $5.97 (regularly $9.33)
– the lowest price!

Also available for $5.97 on HomeDepot.com and Walmart.com 

cleaning the stove top with the pink cleaner

Did you know that if you take apart your gas stove it could look like this? Ha! 

I thought I was good at keeping my stovetop clean, but I guess not! No worries though, The Pink Stuff cleaner took care of that grease in no time. I scrubbed with the sponge first and then went over it with a microfiber rag. It looks shiny and new now- yippee!

cleaning stainless dishware with pink stuff cleaner

The Pink Stuff cleaner is also great for cleaning up cookware!

I tested it on a stainless pot that had some tough burn marks on the inside that wouldn’t come off with dish soap. Using just a little cleaning paste, they were wiped off easily. Now it’s super shiny and new looking!

before an after cleaning enamel cast iron with Pink stuff

Here is another example of a cast iron enamel pot that has some baked-on stains. I just scrubbed the inside with The Pink Stuff, and it got it fairly clean quickly!

I can’t wait to try this on my baking sheet pans next!

container of the pink stuff cleaner

Check out what these hip readers have to say…

If you enjoy cleaning tips and supplies that actually work, try this stuff out! I think it’s highly satisfying to clean things like this and see a before and after. I am looking forward to using it in more areas around the house.

 Used this on my glass cooktop today to remove the “cooked on” stains/rings around the burners. Works great! 

I just found the spray version in Ross stores for $5.99 after falling in love with the paste version… Because of this post. ❤️ 

Great for the toilet! Those hard-to-get-off messes. I buy every 3 months on Amazon 

I recently discovered this also. It’s amazing for hard water marks on glass shower doors. Also, it worked a miracle on my oven door. I bought the scrubbers that connect to a drill to make it so much easier to scrub. 

Conclusion: The Pink Stuff cleaner ROCKS.

See why the Scrub Daddy sponge is a team favorite for cleaning in the kitchen!

About the writer:

Lina has a Bachelor's Degree from Northern Arizona University with 11 years of blogging and photography experience having work featured in Today.com, Martha Stewart, Country Living, Fox News, Buzzfeed, and HGTV.

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Comments 8

  1. Maggie

    I’m puzzled by this stuff. How is it better than a $1 can of Bon Ami or Bar Keeper’s friend + a Scrub Daddy? I’m having trouble figuring out what it adds to old-fashioned scouring powder.

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      So in my experience, the pink stuff doesn’t leave a film like bar keepers friend can. It’s also free of the harsh chemicals BKF has and more eco-friendly. The cream is easier to work with then powder in my opinion, and the smell is more pleasant. Hope this helps. Its ultimately personal preference.

  2. TheQueenBee

    What does everyone use to clean baked on cooking spray from glass pans and baking sheets?

    • CleanLady

      Baking soda and lemon. Sometimes I can get it with just baking soda. Make a little paste and let it sit for a little while. If it is grease, blue Dawn dish soap is awesome. Sometimes I add the blue Dawn with baking soda. HTH

    • Lina D (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Dawn dish spray is great, pink stuff is also great on baking sheets. Also the pink Brillo pads.

    • Princess'Mom

      For my glass pans, I use a Brillo pad to clean off the spray that gets baked on the edges.

  3. Amy Knightley

    I never tried it on my pans…I didnt know if it was safe for that…very cool!! I do love this stuff I do use it almost everywhere!!

  4. Diane

    I ordered one jar of pink stuff back in March to use while prepping to sale my house. Amazon delayed then cancelled my order.

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