Of all the rooms in the house, the kitchen is easily the most important and stubborn when it comes to cleanliness; as the kitchen is without a doubt the most commonly used food preparation area, it is imperative that it is kept as hygienic and sanitary as possible. A clean, tidy kitchen also does wonders for the room’s appearance too; sleek stylish kitchen suites covered in a mass of clutter and mess is sure to ruin the effect of the room, so regularly cleaning your kitchen has visual benefits too.
Tackling a messy kitchen can seem like a real task, but as always, there are plenty of ways to make things easier. With the Tapshop321 quick tips guide, you kitchen can be spotless in the blink of an eye! So let’s get started.
We’ve heard it a million times before; “Don’t leave dirty dishes in the sink”. But often young ones and sleepy eyed teenagers never learn. Instead of tackling a sink full of greasy dishes, fill the basin with hot water and add 3 or 4 tablespoons of white vinegar alongside your usual dishwashing liquid. The natural acidity of the vinegar will strip the grease from the dishes, leaving a lot less work to deal with!
Many homes feature ceramic tiles behind the oven or hob area, which can often get splashed with a variety of sauces and liquids leading to hardened stains which can be hard to clean. To remove these stains effectively and remove any bacteria along with them, rub the wall down with a cloth dampened in rubbing alcohol. This will effectively remove the stains any kill any bacteria too.
Wood surfaces are particularly well-known for the ability to absorb and harbour bacteria; wooden chopping boards and dining tables are perfect examples here. When looking to clean and deodorise wooden surfaces, mix ½ a cup of baking soda with a quart or warm water a run into the wood with a sponge. Rinse with plain water and dab dry with a towel afterwards.
Ovens can become filthy in a matter of days if you are a particularly ‘hard-core’ home chef; baking cakes, and large family meals can often lead to spillage and dried stains on the inside of the oven. Place salt on any spillages as soon as they occur (being sure to wear an oven glove to avoid burns) and then wait for the oven to cool; then simply wipe up the mess with the greatest of ease!
So there we are, some simple tips and tricks to help you take care of those pesky kitchen troubles.