SPRING CLEANING: KITCHEN
With these cleaning tips for difficult to clean items, you will turn this chore into a breeze!
You can save those cut and damaged boards! Soak the board in lemon to remove the stains and smells. Using a baking soda scrub will add the final level of cleanliness. If you are not using all your different cutting boards, consider donating them or placing them in your storage unit.
It may feel like a chore, but it is a necessary one! Do not skip out on cleaning the inside of the fridge. Remove all the compartments and soak them in warm water and soak. For those nasty stains, use a scrub and baking soda.
Pots and Pans
Soak the pots in pants in warm water with soap, this will break up the gunk that has just stuck around! Use a scrub sponge or pad to remove any remaining stuck-on bits. Try using ketchup to polish the metal, it really works!
Place a hot wet cloth on the burned areas, this will slowly break them up. Spend some time scrubbing with baking soda. Make sure you get every part of it.
The cabinets that are above the burners are often unsightly. They will build grime and gunk. Never skip out on cleaning up these cabinets.
Stainless Steel Appliances
One of the best ways to clean stainless steel is to put a teaspoon of dish detergent into a litre of warmer water. Using a microfiber cloth, rub the detergent solution onto the marks in small sections, going with the grain. Rinse with clean hot water and dry immediately with a clean cloth.
If your kitchen is full of items that you do not regularly use, consider placing them in your storage space. This will save on cleaning time and give you more functional space in your kitchen! If you do not have a storage unit, visit selfstor.ca and book yours today!
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