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What places do you want to clean up in your kitchen? All! It may look like a daunting task, but since the kitchen is the place where the food is prepared, it is necessary to ensure that surfaces, cooking equipment and dishes are cleaned regularly.
Millions of germs live in kitchens, and although most of these germs are harmless, a few may lead them like Coli and salmonella is a very serious disease, especially in vulnerable persons such as children and the elderly. Therefore, you must make cleaning the kitchen a priority.
There are many tips and tricks that can make your kitchen shine again in a short time.
The germs quickly penetrate into all the kitchen utensils, so it's important to know in addition to how to clean pots and pans, how to clean the tools and places that you may not normally pay attention to, such as oven handles, microwave control panels and water taps; In short, everything may be touched by a hand. Dirty or after touching meat and eggs. We offer below some ways that will help you keep the kitchen clean and healthy.
How to clean different places in the kitchen:
The kitchen cleaning process becomes easy and enjoyable when you know the correct and effective cleaning methods. If you're wondering how to clean a gas oven or some surfaces or anything else, you can find out in this article. It is better to use specially made detergent for the kitchen, such as "dry" products, as they are effective in cleaning up the different places completely. Be sure to follow the instructions on the poster, ventilation the room, and wear rubber gloves.
How to clean gas furnaces:
Gas furnaces usually last for a long time, so they can be cleaned with a standard multi-use detergent, but it is useful to use a specially designed detergent to eliminate fats that are spread because of the oil used in the cooking process. Kitchen cleaners are especially used to clean the cracks around the burners, which ensures you don't leave any spot. !
I was out of town for 3 weeks and and the power went out causing my refrigerator to shut down (in an RV). I haven't been able to get rid of the horrible smell in my freezer. Any suggestions?
my mother and my aunts always use the charcoal when removing the unpleasant smell in the refrigerator. they just put the charcoal in the cup and leave it inside the refrigerator. every week they replace it with another charcoal.i hope it may help
Elctric-convection ovens do not tolerate the use of aluminum foil in the bottom of the oven to catch spills. Why--well I learned the hard way as I had always used foil in all my other electric ovens and I didn't even realize the electrical coils were underneath the bottom of the oven. It also has a quick cook feature.
The particular oven I am speaking of has a blower in the back of the oven and there are heating coils underneath the bottom of the oven. What happened you ask---the foil melted into the oven bottom finish and has made an unsightly place on my new oven. I was unable to do much about it.
To clean the grates on a gas oven simply place one in a ziploc bag with two tablespoons of ammonia. Let sit overnight. Take care when opening the bag. The fumes will take your breath, but you simply wipe the grate clean. No scrubbing, no achy hands.
I use a variation on this for cleaning oven racks. Get a few old towels, a bucket and some rubber gloves. It is best to do this outside. on a patio or paved driveway, but I have done it in a bathroom with the window open and the ventilation system on full-blast. Put one of the old towels in the bottom of the bucket and pour in sudsing ammonia until the towel is saturated. With gloved hands, remove the towel and place on the patio or in the bathtub. Place the rack you want to clean on top of it. Then take a second old towel, repeat the procedure with the ammonia, place that towel on top of the oven rack, so the rack has two ammonia-saturated towels covering it completely. I usually do this in the evening and leave it to work overnight. The next morning, remove the towels and rinse the rack. It will be sparkling clean, with very little. if any wiping or scrubbing needed. I did this with the racks from a really badly abused electric oven. Tenants had left it in a crusty, greasy nasty mess. I also heated the oven (with one of the racks placed at the mid-point) to 200 degrees Fahrenheit, then turned the oven off, placed a shallow glass baking dish filled with ammonia on the rack, closed the oven and let it work overnight. This took off an amazing amount of the gunk and grime in that oven, though it did require quite a lot more scrubbing. It was worth it!
My stainless steel sink is wiped out daily and dried to make it shine (I do this AFTER the rest of the household is in bed). Once a week (or more if needed) I spray it with homemade spray cleaner (2 parts water, 1 part each vinegar & alcohol -- to cut the vinegar smell I soak peels of 4-5 lemons/lime in alcohol in a quart jar for about 10 day, strain & keep in fridge). Wipe it out well, dry thoroughly, and then wipe with homemade furniture polish with lemon juice added. Dry completely. The shine is amazing. I use the same thing on all our stainless steel faucets in the rest of the house.