It’s not easy cleaning the kitchen, especially being a full-time house wife with a home full of children. Spending a typical afternoon for kitchen cleaning will involve grease splatters, crumbs on the floor, and a pile of dishes. Here are some easy kitchen cleaning tips (plus some kitchen decor inspiration) that will make your life a little easier!
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Use A Garbage Bowl
Use a garbage bowl to throw the unnecessary things. It is a key to neat and clean kitchen. Instead of walking over to the trash can or compost bin with handful of peelings or scraps, you can place a bowl on the counter so that your work is made easier and convenient. It is an effective idea to have a dustbin in one of the corners of the kitchen so that during cooking, you don’t have to run here and there to throw the garbage.
Line the Cutting Board with Cutting Mat
Consider lining your cutting board with a flexible cutting mat. Chopping and cutting the vegetables on the odd surface of the board is not going to be easy. It is a wonderful idea to bring home a number of shelf-mats. Use a thin, flexible cutting mat on top of the cutting board.
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Keep the Shelves Clean
As kitchen shelves are where you have to keep the things round the clock, their proper and regular cleaning is mandatory. Use mats to keep on the shelves and wash them every now and then. If you have little naughty kids who don’t let the mats at their place, keep a soft clean cloth for kitchen’s cleaning. Once the cooking is done, clean the shelves. It is better to clean them with wet cloth dipped in detergent once in a week, but don’t spread bleaching powder of a cleaning-acid onto the shelves. You can also mix vinegar, baking soda, and water for an easy eco-friendly cleaning spray, or use something more stronger such as Odor Klenz products to kill bad smells and disinfect.
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Pick Up Things from Floor Instantly
We often don’t care much of picking up the things instantly from the floor, considering that this can be done later on. I must say that picking up anything useless or slippery that falls onto the floor is ideal. I personally do this a lot of times throughout the day. Pick up that strawberry, mangoes, or the cheese that fell to the ground. This will save a lot of your time at the end when you start cleaning the kitchen.[perfectpullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”#ff0055″ class=”” size=””]Little things make a huge difference when cleaning your kitchen. Try to make pet-peeves a habit like picking up garbage or washing the dishes right after cooking. In the long run, you will be surprised at how much less work you have at the end of a meal![/perfectpullquote]
Kitchen is one of the busiest and most important parts of our home. One should not ignore its dusting on a daily basis. Usually the females focus much on dusting bedrooms, and living area. At the same time, your kitchen requires your attention. Minor dusting on a daily basis, and thorough dusting once a week is what you can do to save your time, ensuring that the kitchen looks absolutely clean.
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