If you’re someone that spends a lot of time cleaning the kitchen, how would you like tips on how to spend less time cleaning the kitchen? Let’s take a look at ways to clean your kitchen in no time.
According to an article at allyou.com, “Kitchen Cleaning Tips”
“How to Clean Your Oven
Don’t touch that self-cleaning button! That pre-programmed cycle reaches temperatures so high, it can actually damage the appliance. Instead, put some chemicals to work while you sleep. The folks at Mommysavers love this approach: Put ½ cup of ammonia in a bowl, and set it inside the (totally cool) oven. Do not turn the oven on, but let the bowl sit there overnight, working its magic. Come morning, take a few paper towels and easily wipe any grime or buildup away.
How to Clean a Kitchen Sponge
According to public health organization NSF International, a kitchen sponge just might be the germiest spot in the house, harboring 150 times more bacteria, mold and yeast than even a toothbrush holder. Take a cue from Moms Against Cooties and pop a wet kitchen sponge in the microwave for two minutes. Let it cool for a few more minutes before retrieving it, and repeat every other day or so. (Skip this if your sponges contain any metal.)
How to Clean Your Oven Vent and Backsplash
You know that grimy, greasy film that develops on the oven vent, on top of the microwave, and on the backsplash? It’s basically cooking oil that’s gotten coated with dust and other particles that stick to the grease. Get your kitchen surfaces back too normal in minutes with this trick from The Manly Housekeeper. Wipe them down with a paper towel dampened with mineral oil. Oil clings to oil, so after a few wipes, you’ll be able to take a clean paper towel over the surface to remove all the gunk.” To read the entire article click here.
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