The kitchen is the most frequently used room in our home. With all the cooking, children, and pets coming and going, it often looks as if a tornado has passed through it. Cleaning and organizing the kitchen will make it look like a new room.
- cleaning the grout
If you have a kitchen backsplash, the grout between the tiles could use some cleaning. Make a paste with baking soda and distilled vinegar and apply it to the grout. Let it sit for 15 minutes, then wipe clean with a damp cloth.
- Pantry Cleanup
The pantry is the most labor-intensive area of any kitchen. Store your favorite items in labeled boxes or baskets to keep them more organized. For example, keep snacks in one basket and canned goods in another.
- Electric stoves
To clean a burnt stove on an electric stove, sprinkle it generously with baking soda and spray it with distilled vinegar. Then lay a warm, damp towel over the stove. Let it sit for 20 minutes, then loosen the stain with a brush and wipe clean.
- Under Sink Cabinets
To better organize under-sink cupboards, hang spray bottles and cleaning supplies using a hanging rod.
- Refrigerator Storage
Refrigerators are small, so finding the food you are looking for can be difficult. Use baskets to group similar items together. You may want to put frozen meat in one basket and frozen fruit in another.
- Burner Grates
To remove debris from the cooktop grates, place them in a Ziploc bag filled with ammonia. Let it sit overnight, then rinse it off thoroughly.
It would be a shame to shove all your cookbooks somewhere and be done with them. Put them in a wooden box, basket, or magazine rack.
- Stainless steel appliances
To clean stainless steel appliances, apply a small amount of olive oil to a microfiber cloth or paper towel. Olive oil can be used to clean and polish appliances.
- Cleaning cupboards
To remove grease stains from kitchen cabinets, fill a bucket with hot soapy water. Wipe the cabinets with a sponge. Then use a damp cloth, followed by a clean dry cloth.
If you have glass pendant lights in your kitchen, remove the glass part and put them in the dishwasher! This is the easiest way. This is the easiest way to clean and illuminate.
- Knife holders
Knife holders can become full of dust and dirt as they are used. Remove all knives from their slots and use the small attachment of a vacuum cleaner to suck up any residue.
- Polishing Taps
To polish stainless steel or chrome taps, wipe them down with wax paper. Wax also improves the tap’s water repellency and prevents water damage.
- Cutting Boards
To clean and disinfect wooden cutting boards, sprinkle them with coarse salt. Using the fleshy side of a lemon, place the salt on the cutting board. Then rinse and pat dry.