Are there really hidden kitchen cleaning tips? Things that make cleaning easier? Perhaps the kitchen is the toughest spot in the house to clean. Just thinking about the unwashed dishes, the ring around the faucet, the food stains on the countertop or the water stains on the sink can already be discouraging. But you will be surprised to know that you can make your kitchen spotless with the help of everyday items. Cleaning the floors, countertops, pots, sinks and others will be easier and faster if you follow the tips that we are about to share.
6 Kitchen Cleaning Tips:
Dirty Tile Floors and Backsplash
Cleaning Cast-Iron Pan
Wood Floor Issues
Countertops can easily get stained by coffee, juice, wine or any other beverage or food. Luckily, there is an easy way to remove these stains. All you need is a little hydrogen peroxide. Mix this with water and apply it on the countertop surfaces, especially where the stains are. They will naturally peel of the stains. All you need to do is to buff the surface away using a superfine dry steel wool.
Are you having a hard time cleaning and polishing your tile floors and backsplash? No worries. All you need is a baking soda solution. You can mix a around half a cup of baking soda and two gallons of water. This will serve as your homemade solution. Wet the floor or backsplash with it and scrub the surface with a sponge or a string mop and voila, you’ve got a well-cleaned, sparkling tiles.
People surrender when it comes to cleaning cast-iron pan. They just could not take the grease, the oil and the food stains. Well, all you need is a little salt and oil. Put a little oil on the pan and place it on medium heat. Once the pan is well-heated, pour in around 3 tablespoons of salt. Using a tong, scour it clean with a paper towel. Once clean, rinse it well and coat it with a vegetable oil.
A lot of people encounter difficulty cleaning and shining wood floors. If you are one of those people, this is your lucky day. There is actually a cheap trick to make the wood floors shine and dazzling. The secret is white vinegar. Just mix white vinegar with warm water and place the solution in a bucket. Use this when you wipe and buff the floors.
Splatters on the wall can be waterborne or oil-borne. Waterborne stains are easier to remove. Wet a paper towel or a cloth and use this to wipe off the stains on the wall. The stains would normally come off. However, if the splatters are oil-borne such as grease, use a mild dishwashing soap when wiping them off clean.
Pans, pots and fixtures, particularly those made of brass or copper, are susceptible to tarnish. To remove tarnish, all you need is ketchup. Yes, apparently, it’s not only for your food. Just dab some ketchup on a soft cloth and gently rub it on the tarnished surface. Once thoroughly done, rinse it off with warm water.
See? Cleaning your kitchen is not as nightmarish as you think. You don’t to buy cleaning equipment to do the job. All you need is a pair of hands and some perseverance, and a little of your time. But if you wish the professionals to lend a hand in your kitchen cleaning, give us a call.