There are a few places in the kitchen that needs to clean every day. There are also places in the kitchen that needs to be properly cleaned every once in awhile. There are a few everyday household products that you probably have your sink that will help keep your kitchen very clean. Below are a few tips on how to clean your kitchen:
The floors in your kitchen is a high traffic area for dirt, dust, leftover food, water and anything else you can think of. Food spills off counters. Milk gets dropped (or any fluid), grease from cooking, dirt from our shoes/feet and bodies get all over the floor. Use a really good disinfectant spray and scrubbing brush and use that to get all the corners of the floor, under the over, and any cracks you find. Once you get a good scrubbing of really hard to reach places, it’s important to follow up with a mop and make your floors sparkling clean!
One of the most used places in the kitchen is your counters. They get food and liquid spilled on them constantly. You prepare your meals on them, and it is the most important place to clean every time you use them. You can get very sick from food poisoning if you do not clean your counters properly. Get a tile/counter cleaning product that contains a nonharmful bleach to help keep them sanitary.
Keep paper towels handy for cleaning up spills, especially when dining with young children. Use a unique plate or tray for condiments like mustard, salad dressing or ketchup.
Keeping your appliances clean is important. Regularly clean out your refrigerator, oven, stove top, microwave, etc. They get dirty with food and just being used a lot. A monthly/weekly cleaning of these appliances is a good idea. Any household heavy-duty scrubbing product will be very beneficial to these tools. Use a nice disinfectant wipe to clean off all the handles and buttons of your appliances. They are touched frequently and need to be cleaned. Placing nice mats down on the counter and keeping your appliances will help keep them clean longer.
Wipe up any spills promptly-it’s easier to wipe them before the food has a chance to harden. After stirring soups and sauces, be sure to use a spoon rest rather than sitting the spoon on the stovetop or countertop. This simple step eliminates the need for wiping the surface later.
Sinks and pipings
Don’t forget about cleaning your sinks and piping regularly too. Pipes get clogged with hair and random foods that won’t go down the disposal right. Get a good pipe cleaner and just regularly wash and scrub your sinks with a soft brush to get the foods off of it. Cleaning all these things in your kitchen will help you have a nice healthy life, and feel great about going in your kitchen!
With these simple steps, you can make kitchen cleaning easy and spend more time on the rest of your life!