Easy Cleaning Hacks – Kitchens – Appliances – Bathrooms

 Easy cleaning hacks can be a life saver in kitchens everywhere, especially for us messy cooks.  Being a messy cook is both a blessing a curse. There’s always a fresh supply of yummy cookies and cakes for family members and friends to indulge in. Now part of the curse is the disheveled kitchen that gets left behind. This means flour stuck in every little nook and cranny and a sticky floor covered in who knows what. Instead of calling your dog over to get the crumbs you left behind follow these kitchen and appliances cleaning hacks to make your life easier.

Although electric stoves tend to be chosen for a design standpoint, a majority of Americans prefer a gas stove for even heating when cooking. On the other hand, this means that stove burners are very susceptible to grease. Buying a grease remover at the store can be an extra expense. Take some hydrogen peroxide from one of your bathroom’s medicine cabinets and combine with baking soda. Scrub each burner and grate to remove grease stains.

Being a messy cook myself I know that cooking aftermath can go as far as the dishwasher. Your dishwasher might not be as clean as you think.  The leftover food particles on used measuring cups and bowls don’t disappear so easily. Run a cycle on your dishwasher using only vinegar. Then, run an additional cycle with just water. It is better to run these cycles without any dishes. It’s alright. You can survive washing a few dishes by hand.

Kitchen sink faucets get the brunt of the dirty damage with sticky fingers constantly turning the water on and off. If you’re putting in the effort to make your kitchen clean you might as well clean even the little things. Take a piece of wax paper and scrub your faucet handle to get rid of pesky water spots.Easy cleaning hacks for your stubborn water marks throughout the kitchen by Perfect Six Marketing.

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