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Your kitchen is one of the most frequently used spaces in your house. It is also one of the most loved rooms in your home. But the problem with this area is that it gets extremely dirty for exactly the same reason. You cook and eat in your kitchen. You have your family get-together in this area. You entertain some of your very close friends inside the kitchen on the dining table as well.
This puts a lot of toll on your kitchen appliances, walls, surfaces, table tops, counter top, cabinets, walls, and doors as well. Despite being careful with how much oil you use or being regular with your cleaning chores, you always struggle with keeping your kitchen neat and clean. Getting rid of those oil and grease stains is particularly horrifying and frustrating.
Let’s make your life a lot easier then. Here are a few kitchen cleaning tips that you can use right away on your back splashes, taps, cooking area, steel appliances, walls, and more:
This tip is highly useful for your oil-stricken walls and tiles. It can help dissolve all the oily residue in practically no time. All you are going to need is half a bucket of warm water, a little bit of liquid dish soap, and a sponge.
If you do not wish to make a mess of your kitchen, you can always use a little bit of baking soda and white vinegar in warm water. This will create a thick paste that can be used on the affected area to break down the oil and grease more easily. You can then just use a spray bottle to spray water onto the area and wipe the section of the wall clean without spilling water and detergent all over the kitchen floor. Repeat the process until you are sure that the oily feeling is gone.
It is very easy to make a homemade magic eraser right in your kitchen. This is going to make kitchen cleaning a lot more fun. What you are going to need is one cup of ammonia, half a cup of vinegar, 1/4th cup of baking soda, one gallon of warm water, and a sponge.
This is a trick highly suitable for your beautiful and expensive counter tops.
Another very complicated and difficult-to-clean area in your kitchen is the kitchen cabinets and your painted walls. Because you do not want the colour on them to fade or crack, you end up avoiding cleaning them for the longest time. The result is dirty cabinets and mucky walls. You have to be very careful when cleaning these areas. You do not wish to rub away the paint or the gloss on your kitchen cabinet. For this:
You absolutely love the woodwork that you have gotten done in your kitchen. The only way to prevent it from fading or cracking is to choose the most appropriate cleaning solutions. There are numerous citrus-based and completely organic cleaning solutions in the market that can help you break down oily stains from your expensive woodwork. It is never advised to come up with a homemade cleaning concoction unless you are absolutely certain that it will deliver results without harming your beautiful wooden cabinets and furniture pieces in your kitchen.
Your backslashes and cooking surfaces, including the stove and your chrome-plated taps and handles, also get mistreated by oily residues and greasy substances. What are you going to do? You can use a microfiber cloth to get out all the oily and grease deposits from your backslashes quite easily. The only thing that you will have to do after that is dispose of the microfiber cloth because it is practically impossible to get the oil out of that material.
A few more things that you should never forget about kitchen cleaning are:
Remember, it is your home. You should do everything you can to make it beautiful and keep it clean.
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