Keeping the kitchen clean throughout the week can be simple. It might not be one of our favorite chores to do, but it does require some love. Everyone has their preference of how they like to keep their kitchen in condition, my goals in keeping my kitchen clean is the countertops, the dishes, and the stainless steel appliances in our kitchen from fingerprints (this almost seems impossible somedays!).
But once in a while our kitchen does need some more love, especially when it comes to a deeper cleaning. The kitchen cabinet doors, floors, and more can get pretty dirty over time. The good news is that cleaning doesn’t have to take all day. There are plenty of cleaning hacks out there that are simple and quick.
Check out these must know cleaning hacks and know the best ways to clean your kitchen!
Your kitchen floors can get grimy just as any part of your kitchen. Sometimes your mopping solution your regularly use might not get the job done. Check out these Grease-Cutting Floor Cleaner remedy that only requires 3 simple ingredients from One Good Thing.
Greasy cabinet doors can be a cause from many thing, such as sticky hands or not washing hands when you’re cooking in the kitchen. No matter how hard you try to scrub them off it doesn’t seem to go away! Try getting rid of all the dirt and grim easily with this solution from Hunker!
Cleaning conventional ovens can be annoying and sometimes tedious. You can easily clean them with products you already have at home. Just get some baking soda and achieve the same results. Check out here how you can do it from What’s Up Fagans. You can also check out How to Deep Clean Your Oven with a can of cola!
Microwaves can get very messy, especially if you forget to cover the food before warming up. There are several methods you can use that require little work. One method is cleaning with lemon oil, vinegar, and water. This idea comes from Practically Functional.
Stainless Steel Sinks
Stainless steel sinks are easy to clean and durable. However, they can easily become greasy and dirty. It might seem like it will be hard to scrub away the grease, but you can easily make your stainless steel sink shine and look brand new. Check out how to do this at Mrs January!
If you have a toaster in your kitchen you probably use it more. Unfortunately, it is one of the most harder kitchen appliances to clean. The small bread crumbs can be annoying, but most toasters come with a crumb tray you can easily remove. However, there is still the dirt that accumulates both inside and outside of the toaster. Here is a cost-effective way to make your toaster clean from The Kitchn.
Scrub away the gunk and return your baking sheets to their glory when you first bought them. All you will need is baking soda and hydrogen peroxide! Check out how to use this method from One Good Thing.
Remove Hard Water Stains
Water stains can be very difficult to remove off. Don’t worry, vinegar comes to the rescue! The good news is it won’t even damage what you are removing the water stains from. Check out how you can remove the hard water stains from Thrifty and Chic.
Dry Sheet Secret
You can easily clean your baking sheets with a dryer sheet – Yes you heard me correctly! The dryer sheet easily removes the grease and baked on food debris from the baking pan. All you have to do is add a dryer sheet on top of the baking sheet and fill the pan with warm water. Check out how to do this over at Sheery L Wilson.
Sometimes our refrigerators need a good deep cleaning too. It requires some hard love with storing all of our food in order to keep it fresh. Here’s how you can Deep Clean Your Refrigerator.