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Tips For Deep Cleaning Your Kitchen
26Sep 2014
Tips For Deep Cleaning Your KitchenFinding the time to deep clean your kitchen can be difficult, but as it’s one of the most important rooms of your home it really is worth the time and effort needed to thoroughly clean your kitchen on a regular basis. If you want to properly clean your kitchen then here are some tips to get you started!1)    Make a list.If you want to create a kitchen cleaning routine that you and your family can stick to then now’s the time to do it. Make a list of all of the jobs that need completing in your kitchen, from everyday jobs such as wiping down the sides to more thorough jobs, such as cleaning your oven or microwave. Once you know what jobs need doing it’s much easier to find the time to complete them, and if you place your list in view of the household you can share the responsibilities between your family members.2)    Cleaning your microwave.One of the most effective and easy ways to clean your microwave is to create a steam cleaning experience. Mix together a few drops of lemon juice in a bowl of warm water and microwave it until a steam forms. The steam will help to loosen dried-on dirt and food splatter in your microwave, making it easy to simply wipe the mess away with a cleaning agent and soft cloth.3)    Cleaning your oven.Oven cleaning is a big job, but if you clean up mess as soon as it occurs then you won’t have to deal with a thorough oven clean as often. Most shop-bought oven cleaning products should lift grime, but if your oven is suffering from caked-on food stains and shop-bought oven cleaning products aren’t working then you might want to try using ammonia. Ammonia can be used to clean your oven doors, the base of the oven, the sides and even your oven racks too. You’ll need to coat the affected areas with the ammonia and leave to sit for a few hours. After this is done you should be able to simply wipe the mess and product away without any problems. Only ever follow the instructions given on any ammonia-based products, and only use ammonia in well-ventilated areas that are free from children and pets.4)    Cleaning your bin.Keep your kitchen free from unwanted odours by cleaning both the inside and the outside of your bin regularly. You can use anything from lemon juice and water to antibacterial sprays to clean your bin, but for tougher jobs you might want to try using bleach and water, leaving your bin to sit outside for a few hours before scrubbing clean and rinsing.5)    Cleaning your fridge.Sort through your fridge weekly to get rid of expired products. Empty your fridge and wipe down the shelves, drawers and other compartments with a mixture of lemon juice and water. This will keep your fridge looking and smelling fantastically clean. Don’t forget to clean the outside of your fridge too!

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