Quick Tips for a Spotless Kitchen

Seriously, who would have thought that cleaning the kitchen can be done so fast and easy? The secret lies in prioritizing tasks and creating a routine to help you save time, but at the same time achieving a more efficient cleaning. So … let’s get to work. Here is everything you need to know:

No more bacteria!
To disinfect dishwasher, put a bowl of vinegar to the last grid and turn it on without placing anything inside.

Trash can
To change the trash bag faster, place two bags in the cart, keeping one. Thus, when you pick up the garbage, on the bottom of the trash it will be a new bag waiting to be filled.

Kitchen Towels
Clean the kitchen with a cloth in a simple manner; put it in the dishwasher when you have to wash the dishes. The method will have the same effect as bleach.

Farewell odors!
Disgusting smell of trash can be removed by cleaning the chimney with a lemon. If you do this regularly, you will not have problems.

It’s very simple to clean the limestone: pour in a mixture of half water and half vinegar, go ahead and leave it overnight. In the morning, limestone will fall. Drop the mixture and restart the boiler only with water to rinse it.

Stubborn stains?
To remove odors from the shredder, squeeze the juice of half a lemon onto the surface, let it work for 20 minutes and then wash with warm water.

Dirt from the oven
If food scattered all over the oven, sprinkle salt over it, to absorb the grease. When the oven is completely cooled, wipe the sprinkled salt with a sponge and then clean away. There is no need to rub!

Get rid of burns!
Burnt tray with leftovers? Sprinkle some scouring powder, add boiling water and boil the mixture on the stove for 10 minutes. Soon, the dirt will peel off.

It works for me…
I use baby body oil to remove the dirt from stainless steel handles and to clean the cooker. Wipe the dirty surface with a soft cloth and the grease stains disappear in no time.

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Quick Tips for a Spotless Kitchen