Did the grease and grime take over your kitchen ? Expecting guests in a while and in a hurry to clean up the kitchen mess?
Does your kitchen space ends up in a huge mess everytime you cook and no matter how much you try to clean as you go? How many of us are actually excited about cleaning our kitchen space after cooking a big meal?
Many of us can really relate to this dilemma, and it is quite evident from the large number of kitchen cleaning hacks and clean up tips tested over the year by creative domestic people from all over the world – the more efficient the tips the better. But if you’re trying to keep your mess in check, here are 10 of our best tips for cleaning your kitchen. These simple tips by Kitchen Masters can be really helpful in maintaining your kitchen in a clean way. Cleaning your kitchen will be a walk in the park after reading this blog.
- Overflowing Kitchen Drain cleaning with Baking Soda
Stuck with an overflowing / blocked kitchen sink drain? Pour half a cup of baking soda and half cup of vinegar, wait for 5 minutes and then pour some hot water through the blocked drain to have a cleaner kitchen sink drain.
- Wipe off grease walls of Kitchen Cabinets with White Vinegar
One of the best way to clean your kitchen cabinets, kitchen show panels, custom kitchen cabinets. Clean up grease stains and splatters from the exterior of your kitchen cabinets by washing them with a sponge dipped really well in undiluted white vinegar. Apply generously on the greased surface. Use another sponge soaked well in water to rinse, then wipe properly with paper towels.
- Microwave cleaning using Lemon and Water
Microwave is one of the appliances in the kitchen which can get dirty very easily. But it does need to get cleaned and luckily there is an easy and natural way to clean your microwave. Before you clean your microwave, boil a cup of water with lemon drops for two to three minutes. The steam from hot lemon water will soften up all dried food particles, grease and other particles which will make your cleaning faster. The water will be really hot so be careful not to burn yourself while taking it out. You can now take your cleaning rag and wipe off. For tougher spots, you can dip your cleaning rag in hot vinegar water ( Very carefully!) and wipe it with wet rag.
- Lemon & Salt – Best way to clean your cutting board
Rub lemon and salt to clean your cutting board. Wipe with a damp cloth and your cutting board will appear like new.
- Apply salt: Sprinkle the cutting board with coarse salt.
- Scour the surface: Using a lemon half with the cut side down, scour the surface, squeezing slightly to release the lemon juice as you go.
- Let sit, then scrape off: Let sit for 5 minutes, and then scrape the gray, dirty liquid into a small bowl using a bench scraper, and discard.
- Rinse: Give the surface a final rinse with a clean wet sponge.
The procedure is simple. Has anyone tried this?
- Repel House Flies With Cloves
To keep away house flies and other type of insects away from the kitchen, place bowls of lemon pieces near the windows of your kitchen and stick cloves in the lemon pieces. It works as a great natural repellent and as an organic air freshener too.
Clean Coffee Grinder with Uncooked Rice or Bread
To clean your coffee grinder for any remaining coffee particles left, try grinding bread or uncooked rice. Also, the odors can be removed by grinding baking soda in it.
- Clean Rusty and Spotty Knives with Lemon Juice
Clean rusty and spotty Knives with Lemon Juice. Put few drops of lemon juice and some salt on the knife surface and gently scrub it. As a final touch, use oil to clean the wooden handles to make them look new and shiny.
Follow these simple kitchen cleaning tips to liven up your cleaning experience by Kitchen Masters in New Zealand. Cleaning your kitchen – Now easier, faster and cheaper.