21 kitchen cleaning hacks you won’t be able to live without
Cleaning the kitchen shouldn’t be hard work. You can have your kitchen gleaming in no time with a minimal amount of effort if you follow the hacks below.
1. Wooden Cabinets
Get rid of all the grime and grease that can build up on your wooden cabinets.
2. Floor cleaner
This floor cleaner recipe will have your floor bright and shiny in no time.
3. Make your Oven Sparkle
From grubby to great, this advice from askannamoseley.com will have your oven looking like new.
4. Baking sheets
I love to bake but cleaning the baking sheets can be a chore. Follow the instructions on www.onegoodthingbyjillee.com and your cookies will taste even sweeter knowing you don’t have to scrub the baking sheets clean.
5. Cooker hood
Is your kitchen hood full of grease? Easily remove it in 10 mins with these tips from www.homerepairtutor.com.
6. Laminate/Formica and granite countertops
Some countertops can need special attention to keep them looking like new. Follow these tips to ensure your countertops stay in perfect condition.
7. Wooden countertops
Discover the secret of keeping your wooden countertops looking beautiful with www.creeklinehouse.com.
You will not believe the amount of gunk that can build up in a dishwasher. Check out how to get rid of all the nasties now.
9. Washing machine (front loader)
Your washing machine, like a dishwasher, can harbour lots of nasty gunk. This may cause your clothes to smell if it’s not dealt with, www.cleanandscentsible.com shows you where all the gunk are hiding and how to remove them.
10. Coffee machine
Do you like a cup of coffee to get you going in the morning? To make sure you get the best tasting cup you need to clean your coffee machine thoroughly. These tips from www.creeklinehouse.com will be certain to provide you with a great cup and as a bonus, the cleaning ingredients used are all natural.
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Great tips on how to clean your microwave from www.today.com.
12. Descale Faucets – or if you’re from the UK “taps” 🙂
If your faucets have built up calcium, you’ll want to know how Chelsea at www.twotwentyone.net deals with the problem.
13. Rid your pots of burnt on food
No matter how good a cook you are, sometimes accidents can happen. Burnt on food on your pots is not a good look, however, www.cleanandscentsible.com shows you how they can be expertly removed.
14. Wooden cutting boards
This way of cleaning wooden cutting boards is great because you probably already have everything you need in the kitchen already and no chemicals are used.
Corinne at www.thepragmaticparent.com gives some fantastic advice on how to clean your fridge efficiently inside and out. The best bit is, it should only take 20mins.
16. Keep Tupperware Clean and Odour Free
Tupperware is great for storing leftover food but some foods can leave an odour and stain. These tips from homesavvyatoz.com will show you how using various items can leave your tupperware smelling fresh again and stain free.
17. Cast Iron Skillet
Full instructions on how to clean a skillet can be found on www.thekitchn.com.
18. Stainless Steel Sink
A step by step guide is provided by www.theboldabode.com and will have your stainless steel sink shiny and bright.
19. Garbage disposal
www.jarss.com has a great infographic on maintaining your garbage disposal.
20. Derust knives
Never throw away a rusty knife again. You can get your knives looking like new by using this tip from www.themakeyourownzone.com.
21. Slow cooker
The slow cooker is one of my favourite appliances in the kitchen and I love it even more now I know it can clean itself! Sarah from www.lifeshouldcostless.com has a great video and step by step instructions on how to make your slow cooker work even harder for you by cleaning up its own mess.
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