Handle your cleaning with less elbow grease by incorporating the following tips into your usual cleaning routine.
Initiate your spring cleaning by tackling the refrigerator. Begin by defrosting your freezer and tossing all expired products out. Next, clean interior with solution of one tablespoon of baking soda for every quart of hot water. Finally, rinse off and wipe down with soft cloth. Do as suggested for bottom part of fridge and reapply as needed.
The stove top and oven are common areas that retain grease and filth. Consider cleaning all knobs, coils, oven racks and detachable objects by soaking in white vinegar to loosen debris. If your oven emanates foul odors, use solution of soap, baking soda, white vinegar and vanilla extract to eliminate odors.
The sink is one of the filthiest places in your home and should be cleaned frequently. It is recommended to clean the sink with a paste of baking soda and water. Make sure to use a soft toothbrush to clean all the nooks and crannies.
Stainless Steel Appliances
A great way to clean stainless steel appliances is by buffering baking flour to the surface of the object with a soft cloth. Once finished buffering, wipe surface with clean cloth. Baking flour is known to return the luster to stainless steel appliances.
Cooking grime frequently builds up over time, therefore it is recommended to clean the ceiling with a solution of dish soap and warm water.
And there you have it, a strenuous-free process for a clean kitchen!
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