When it comes to domestic cleaning, the hardest area to clean is often the kitchen because of the number of appliances that require regular cleansing and maintenance. Of course, you could take the burden off your shoulders by hiring a cleaning company that supplies highly-skilled and experienced cleaners, but today we are going to share with you a number of cleaning tips that will make sanitising your kitchen appliances a lot easier, using homemade remedies that are a whole lot cheaper than constantly buying products for each and every chore.
You can complete your house cleaning with just one key ingredient, which is both effective and natural. This miracle substance is white vinegar, and we will share how to clean the following kitchen appliances with it:
If you have a heavy build-up of grease on your oven door, simply apply undiluted white vinegar generously all over and let it sit for 15 minutes. The high concentration of acid will break up the grease, making it easier to wipe away.
Before you begin to clean the inside of your fridge, you will need to empty out all the content and throw away everything that has expired or gone off.
Next, create a cleaning solution using half a cup of white vinegar and warm water. This will kill any bacteria growing on your fridge walls, shelves and pull-out draws.
If you have a build-up of soap scum or lime scale in your dishwasher then pour some full-strength vinegar where the detergent usually goes and runs a cycle. This ought to be done on a monthly basis in order to keep any build-up to a minimum.
To break up any layers of moderate lime scale, simply add half a cup of white vinegar to the water and let it sit overnight before rinsing it out.
If the build-up of lime scale is really bad then fill the kettle with full strength vinegar and boil it.
White vinegar works wonders for all kinds of cleaning chores. Not only can you use it in the kitchen, it also does well against carpet stains and for sanitising bathroom surfaces.
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