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Kitchen Cleaning Easy And Thoroughly – That’s How It Works

Every household has regular work – one of which is cleaning the kitchen. The kitchen is the space at home, which is the focus of everyday life for many families. Here is cooked and baked, eaten together, school sandwiches lubricated and often played and tinkered at the large table. The kitchen similar as the bathroom shows traces of everyday life.
Just by preparing meals, the kitchen can be quite dirty. On the hob you can see the remnants of the overcooked potato soup and stick to the tiles unsightly splashes of fat. When you put in the dishwasher dripping so many things wrong and especially when children count to the household, now and then with spilled cocoa or juice can be expected. Whether single or large family – through the daily use the kitchen becomes dirty automatically and requires regular cleaning.


What You’ll need for kitchen cleaning

You should have these cleaning tools ready:
all purpose cleaner
dish soap
oven spray
descaling agent
cloths and sponges


Anyone who is behind the daily cleaning work in the kitchen and quickly eliminates small mishaps, which can keep the time required for the cleaning actions in limits. A clean kitchen leaves a hygienic feeling and contributes significantly to the well-being in one’s house.

How often should you clean the kitchen?

Not only when the mother-in-law announces or a friend wants to stop by for a coffee, you should bring out a bucket and a mop. Cleaning the kitchen has top priority for hygienic reasons. Spilled and unwashed food and sticky drinks can attract vermin and lead to mold growth. The preparation of raw meat requires immediate and thorough cleaning of the work surfaces and all used items to avoid Salmonella infection. And who wants to have food leftovers on the slippers and then step on the expensive carpet in the living room? And last but not least it looks ugly when the kitchen is dirty. Dropped crumbs and a stove on which you can read off the menu of the last week, do not speak for a good housewife (or a good housewife).

Daily tasks in the kitchen

In principle, all spilled and spilled food and drinks should be wiped up immediately. Several times a day – always after each use – the work surfaces are wiped with a clean cloth. Even the used hob requires, as soon as it has cooled, the use of a damp dish cloth. At least once a day, the sink is cleaned with a little washing-up liquid and hot water, because especially fat likes to settle here. The daily sweeping of the kitchen should be just as natural as the washing up of the used dishes.

Weekly cleaning in the kitchen

At least once a week it is necessary to dampen the kitchen with a mop. Before that, of course, the work surfaces and the open shelves are wiped off. The region around the stove is typically more affected by grease and food spills than the areas beside other work surfaces.

Monthly cleaning work in the kitchen

Once a month, you should pay attention to your rangehood. Change the filter or if it is made from metal clean it either by hand or in the dishwasher. Also, the housing (inside and outside) does it well to be cleaned with water and detergent. Cleaning every 4 weeks prevents the fat from becoming gummy and less easily removed. Also once a month are the tops of the cabinets turn. These are freed from dust and wiped with warm water. The cleaning of the oven and the refrigerator is necessary every 4 weeks, otherwise there are dangers due to outdated food or spilled food leftovers. Mold spores spread quickly and can be particularly dangerous for children and vulnerable people.

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