Cleaning Kitchen Tiles
The most important part of cleaning your kitchen floor tiles is making sure spillages and dirt do not have the time to get comfortable. Unfortunately, spillages and dirt are common in kitchens, but you can eliminate any bad stuff by cleaning spills and dirt as soon as possible. This is a simple enough task with a cloth or mop, hot water, and a special cleaning detergent. It is recommended that you do a spot test with any detergent before using it. Regular maintenance is especially important. The quickest and most effective cleaning steps you can take are to sweep and vacuum your tiles on a weekly basis. By sweeping and vacuuming the tiles you will remove any dirt before it embeds itself in the tile or grout.
Cleaning Kitchen Sinks
Regardless of the material your kitchen sink was made of, you must clean it with an all purpose spray on a daily basis. You can make your own spray by combining warm water and mild dishwashing soap. Use a clean cloth to wipe inside the sink and then wipe the sink using a dry cloth, this will prevent soap scum. You should clean your on a daily basis, deep cleaning should be done every one to two weeks. If you would like to give your sink a more thorough clean, try using a non abrasive cleaning product or an-purpose cleaning spray.
Cleaning Kitchen Countertops
Countertops see a lot of food and grime and as this is an area where your food is prepared, it is critically important that it is kept clean. It’s definitely worth cleaning your countertops immediately after they are used, this will catch dirt before it gets a chance to build up. The most effective way to clean a kitchen countertop is to use a mixture of warm water and a mild liquid detergent. In order to prevent bacteria from embedding itself in this area, you must wipe the countertops down with a dry cloth immediately after preparing food.
When it comes to keeping your oven clean, prevention is the best policy. Prior to cooking, line your oven with aluminum foil. Wipe up any spills immediately after they occur, if you allow the spills to dry they will become harder to clean. To eliminate minor dirt and grime, use a damp cloth and any standard cleaner that has been designed for kitchen appliances. While it may not be practical to clean your oven every day, it’s important that you don’t let months pass without it seeing a cloth. The amount you will need to clean your oven depends on how often you use your oven and the types of food that you cook. If you are fine with a bit of elbow grease, sprinkle a generous amount of baking soda on the dirty surfaces and add vinegar. Leave it for 45 minutes and then scrub away!
Cleaning the dishwasher
Unfortunately a lot of food and grime comes off your dishes when they get placed in the dishwasher. It can be tricky to get rid of the grime once it has started to build up. The first step is to remove racks and anything else that may block your access to the stains. Using vinegar, water and a sponge, scrub away the stains inside the dishwasher. Be sure to clean the drain thoroughly as debris often gets caught here. You may need to use a sharp tool such as a toothpick to remove the food from the small holes. Using the solution mentioned in step 2, clean the racks and accessories thoroughly. Clean the rubber seal of your dishwasher using a mixture of hot water and half a cup of bleach. It’s important that you do this as the seal can get moldy. When you have followed these steps, run your dishwasher on the highest cycle possible with baking soda, lemon juice, or a specially designed dishwasher cleanser.