Kitchen Cleaning Tips

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by Gail Browser
(Chicago, USA)

The kitchen….a place to cook, socialize and have fun. The bad part about this being one of the main rooms in the home – cleaning! This can be a very dirty job but someone’s got to do it.

Thankfully, there are some kitchen cleaning tips that you may find useful. These tips are designed to save you time, money and hopefully a lot of stress!

Kitchen Cleaning Tips 1 – Remember your Grandma!

Grandmothers have a funny way of coming up with the most ridiculous old wives tales for absolutely everything but for the most part, most of them work!.

Things like ailments for common medical complaints and easy ways to clean things within your home are the most popular and sometimes it pays to remember the things that you were told by yours! Things like cleaning stains on Tupperware and other plastic containers withdenture stain removal tablets and using rolled up newspaper to get rid of awful smells within the fridge.

They sound random and “out there” but let’s be honest, they worked! There are so many little snippets of information that you can use that are just like this – using lemon juice to get rid of lime scale around taps and in the kettle, (vinegar can also be used) and using vinegar to clean back splash tiles and stainless steel or glass objects. These things all work.

Kitchen Cleaning Tips 2 – Use the Internet!

There are hundreds of websites out there dedicated to making cleaning jobs easier and it pays to have a look from time to time to see if you can find easier ways of cleaning the nastiest of things.

For example, one thing learned on the internet was to use baby sterilizing solutions to effectively clean the areas on which you prepare food. If it is good enough to sterilize a baby bottle, it will be good enough to clean those places that you are most concerned about!.

As well as this tip, there are other kitchen cleaning tips that you can use to make life easier. You can learn how to clean your oven easily with the help of a bottle of bleach and a large black garbage bag or using baking soda to get rid of nasty smells in the garbage can. Sometimes this little bit of research can make the world of difference!.

Kitchen Cleaning Tips 3 – Deep Clean!

If you do a really deep clean of your kitchen twice per month, you will find that when it comes to little clean ups, there will be hardly anything to do. If you make sure that your oven is cleaned on a bi-weekly basis, it won’t be so hard to clean than it would be if you left it for three months.

This goes for everything within the house – the longer you leave it, the harder it will be to clean. A real deep clean just a couple of times every month for a couple of hours each time can make the world of difference to how much time you actually spend cleaning.

Updated: May 16, 2013 — 6:01 am

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