The kitchen is the heart of the home and needs a makeover on Diwali. Read this blog to get inspired for the quick and deep cleaning of a kitchen on this Diwali.
Diwali is just around the corner, and so is the time to indulge in house cleaning and sprucing your home for celebration, welcoming guests over a feast and embracing the timeless bond with the beloved ones. So, before you get started, many of you have kick-off your cleaning process and painting the homes. Isn’t it? Definitely, it is. And it is not all surprising that the most tiring task is to clean the stains of oils, food ingredients, and grime around the heart of the home i.e., the Kitchen. So, here we present today easy and 7 best kitchen cleaning hacks to give a new shine to your kitchen. Let’s get begin
It’s but obvious that you can’t avoid the inevitable spills on your cooktop. Before cleaning, make sure it is switched off and cooled. First, spray a cleaning agent or Colin and then wipe down the entire surface with a wet cloth or sponge if marks are thick that refuse to come off; deep clean the stove surface with the mixture of baking soda and water.
The chimney is another Kitchen equipment that traps airborne components such as grease, soot particles and steam. The inside plates of the chimney can be easily removed, so scrub them with warm water and liquid detergent to unclog the holes. And clean the rest of the chimney with a mixture of water and a lemon or baking soda or vinegar thoroughly.
Since the kitchen sink is where most of the food stucks, thus, it’s necessary to clean it meticulously. First, sponge the sink drain with mild detergent and water. Rinse it and wipe it dry with a soft cotton cloth. Then, sprinkle half a cup of baking soda and a cup of vinegar into it till the frizz sound is heard. Along with this, pour some boiling water down the drain. And finally, a mixture of half lemon juice with water will sanitize your kitchen sink.
Kitchen counters are the most common dirt magnet and are recognized as an arduous task. They get dirty with all types of agents like food, scratches, burns or thick marks. The kitchen countertop cleaning tips depend on the material of the top. For instance, most of the countertops can be cleaned with soap and water or baking soda, while granite and marble lose the shine when you wipe with strong acids such as vinegar or bleaching agents. For them, only a sponge with warm water and soap is sufficient.
The kitchen cabinets must be wiped from top to bottom with a mixture of soap and warm water. Make sure to deep clean the knobs and handles so as to remove inadvertent stains or grime on them.
It's too hard to find for the homeowners that don’t have a microwave story to tell of an exploding bowl of dal or some other similar catastrophe. But, don’t worry, a dirty microwave is not a big deal now. Fill the microwave-safe bowl with two cups of water and two tablespoons of vinegar. Or you can squeeze the lemon juice in one cup of water and drop the squeezed lemon in water. Place it into the microwave and run it for 5 to 10 minutes. Let it stand for another 15 minutes for cooling down. Then, open the door, carefully remove the boil and wipe down all the surfaces of the inside with the dishcloth.
After all, our food and other vegetables are stored in the refrigerator and in a hurry, there are high chances of spillages. Thus, it’s necessary to look after quick fridge cleaning tips. First, empty the entire fridge and remove the collapsible parts. These removable sections of the fridge can be washed seperately while cleaning the whole fridge with mild detergent and water. For stubborn stains, clean them with vinegar and water. Finally, wipe the fridge dry and then only stack all your groceries.
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