It is a good, yet necessary thing to give your kitchen a deep clean once or twice a year. But what about daily maintenance? Have you noticed how difficult is to clean your refrigerator, countertops, oven and microwave, and to remove the grease that simply won’t go away? You probably have invested a fortune in cleaning products that you thought that will dissolve the dirt and make it easier for you to clean your space. If none of the products worked for you and you are searching for eco-friendly and cheaper alternatives, then I need to say that you are on the right destination. Here you will find some great cleaning tips that nobody ever told you about.
You can run the wine glasses through the dishwasher as many times you want, but the soap spots will continue to cling. After washing the glasses, give them a final rinse in a basin filed with warm water and a cup of white vinegar. Finally, allow them to air dry.
To clean the greasy dishes, fill the sink with hot water, add some dishwashing liquid and 3-4 tablespoons of white vinegar.
Coat oven splashes and spills with salt as soon as they occur. Wear an oven mitt and use a spoon to sprinkle salt on harder to reach spills. Once the oven has cooled down, wipe them out using a sponge or rag.
Shine Floors with White Vinegar
To get a nice clean shine on your wood flooring, get yourself a bucket and mix 9 parts warm water and 1 part white vinegar. The trick is very cheap and the results are magnificent.
Microwave Cleaning Shortcuts
The easiest and probably the quickest way to clean your microwave is to place a handful of wet paper towels inside and run it on HIGH for 3-5 minutes. The steam from the towels will soften the grime. To deodorize, combine 1/2 cup of lemon juice and 1 cup of water and heat it again for 3-5 minutes.
Remove Stone Counter Stains With Hydrogen Peroxide
Juice and coffee stains can be removed with a little hydrogen peroxide in water and a few drops of ammonia.
Clean Cast Iron Pan With Salt
Did you know that you should never use liquid soap on a cast-iron? And if you want to maintain its nonstick surface, you should never scrub it with anything abrasive. So how do you clean this type of pan? Add two tablespoons of oil in your cast iron pan and place it on medium heat. Once the pan is heated, add three tablespoons of salt and scour the pan using paper towel. Finally, rinse and coat the inside surface with cooking oil.