Whether you do your best to keep your house spic and span all the time, or cleaning is one of those things you put off until you have company coming over, there are undoubtedly things in your house you don’t know how to clean, or thought you did but don’t.
The kitchen is an area with tons of things that require specifical cleaning to get truly clean or to save lots of time and effort in cleaning. There are even little places (like between the glass on your oven door) that may have never occurred to you to clean at all or that you didn’t know how to tackle. Check out these commonly
The kitchen is an area with tons of things that require specifical cleaning to get truly clean or to save lots of time and effort in cleaning. There are even little places (like between the glass on your oven door) that may have never occurred to you to clean at all or that you didn’t know how to tackle. Check out these commonly mis-cleaned items, and see how many you haven’t been cleaning correctly all along.
Stainless Steel Sinks
Cleaning stainless steel sinks requires more than a quick scrub, especially if you have a garbage disposal. Not only do you want to clean it with soap (like you probably already do) you also should scrub it down with baking soda and use a toothbrush on both sides of that disposal drain. Finally, you want to finish with an oil olive wipe down.
Wooden cutting boards shouldn’t be washed with soap and water, so if that’s how you’re cleaning your wood boards, you’re doing it wrong.
That method will crack and warp the wood, vastly decreasing the life of your cutting boards. If you are using lemon to clean your boards, you are half right. Lemon and coarse salt should be used.
You probably clean out your fridge from time to time, and you probably wipe down the inside at least every once and a while too. But the key to a clean fridge is more than just a quick wipe down and inventory.
If you remember to wipe down your oven hood at all, it probably isn’t getting all the greasy dust that accumulates up there. Things like oven hoods naturally get dusty, but the problem comes in when all that kitchen grease mixes with it, creating a sticky mess. There is an effective way to get rid of it and help prevent it coming back, however.
Did you even consider that your dishwasher needed to be cleaned too? If you did, you probably just added some vinegar to the wash cycle and thought you were good to go, but you should also be cleaning the bottom with baking soda too.
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