Easy and Helpful Kitchen Cleaning Tips

Written by JX Posted On Sunday, 13 January 2019 23:39

“A clean home is a happy home.” We all are aware of it but in fact, the kitchen is the place which deserves cleaning on a daily basis. Some of the stubborn stains do not leave your kitchen tiles easily. However, we all want our kitchen clean and hygiene. Tackle the tough spots on countertops, floor, sink, wall, and pots with unusual everyday items here are few easy kitchen cleaning tips.

Countertop Stains Remover

Clean Kitchen Countertop

Oil, coffee or juice stains do not remove easily; add a little hydrogen peroxide in water and few drops of ammonia, according will help you to clean the kitchen countertop easily.

Tile Cleaning

Kitchen Tiles Cleaning

Use baking soda to mop up the tiles. Mix the baking soda and water; it could be an excellent homemade floor clear. Pour half a cup of baking soda within 2 gallons of water, and then scrub with a string mop or sponge will clean your tiles and give them shine.

Clean Cast Iron

Clean Cast Iron Pan

Salt is an effective cleaner proven to clean a cast-iron pan. Add two tablespoons of oil and place on medium heat when the container is heated pour in 3 tablespoons of salt. Then use a tong to hold a paper towel - scour until clean. Finally, rinse and coat and the job are done!

Floor Cleaning

Cleaning Wood Floor

If you want to get a nice clean shine on a wood floor use white vinegar. Have some warm water in the bucket and add one part of vinegar against 9 part of water. It is a very affordable trick to clean the floor and look dazzling!

Wall Splatters

wall cleaning

Majority two kinds of stains are stubborn and painted over the wall one is oil, and another is waterborne. Use a little mild dishwasher or soap mixed with water and apply to the wall later rinse the wall with water. There are many wall cleaning products available in the market to wipe away wall splatters too.


Remove Tarnish

remove tarnish from copper

Remove tarnish with ketchup – yes absolutely correct! It's not just French fries. To remove tarnish from copper and brass, pots or pans give ketchup a shot; dab some ketchup onto a soft cloth and gently rub rinse with warm water finally. You can remove tarnish from your utensil.


Final Words

Home cleaning is not an easy task but hope aforementioned cleaning tips helps you make your task easy and give your kitchen neat look.

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