Kitchen Cleaning Tips Useful for Every Household06Oct 2014
Cooking your own food is, without any kind of doubt, the best way to feed yourself. Not only it can help with your weight loss or weight gain efforts, but it can help you keep yourself healthier it can help you keep yourself as far away as possible from nasty ingredients as well. While some people love cooking and most of the people love a good home cooked meal, the truth is that kitchen cleaning is not something anyone out there actually loves. And yet, it is absolutely crucial for your health and wellbeing. How do you clean the kitchen as efficiently and as easily as possible? We have put together a list of tips that will help you get that glossy magazine-like clean kitchen. Read on and find them out! 1. Start with the most difficult thing to clean in the kitchen – most likely, the oven. This will allow you to focus on the smaller details later on, knowing that you have already made a big step. 2. Speaking of the oven, make sure you know what type of oven you have because this will determine the way you clean it. For instance, self-cleaning ovens will basically burn all the leftover foods and grease until they turn them into ashes. Before you even start the self-cleaning program, make sure you remove the racks and soak them in water and detergent as well. When the self-cleaning process is done, all you have to do is brush off the ash and clean the door of the oven as well. Also, if you have a regular oven you should know that the very best solution that can clean the mess inside is made out of 1 liter of water and 4 tablespoons of baking soda. Place these in a spray bottle and then shake it well. Generously spray in the oven, allow it to sit for one hour and then scrub what you can. Do this as many times as necessary until everything scrapes off. The last step is to wipe everything with a cloth dampened in a half-vinegar and half-water solution.3. Your refrigerator can be easily cleaned with the help of vinegar as well. Make a solution out of ½ white vinegar and ½ water and use it as you would use a normal detergent. The greatest thing about this vinegar solution is that aside from removing the stains in the refrigerator, it will also remove the nasty smells as well. Also, a tiny cup of water and baking soda can remove the odors in the refrigerator too. Simply place the cup with the mix in the refrigerator and allow it to absorb any kind of unpleasant smell. 4. Remember to clean your garbage disposal as well. This can be as simple as making ice cubes out of ½ water and ½ white vinegar and then grinding them in your garbage disposal grinder. The food leftovers will be removed and the unpleasant smell will disappear as well. 5. Tiles don’t need fancy products to be sparkly clean. As a matter of fact, baking soda can work wonders when it comes to cleaning tiles as well. Mix two gallons of water and ½ cup baking soda and use this as a normal detergent to mop or sponge the floors. 6. Painted walls can get stained as well, especially in kitchens. If the stain is oily, try to blot the spot with a clean cloth dipped in dishwasher + water and then to rinse it with a clean cloth dipped in water only. If the stain is waterborne (and this includes ketchup, smashed insects and even wine), a wet cloth or paper towel should do the trick.
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