Kitchen areas are well known for being the dirtiest place in every household and it takes a lot of time and effort to maintain them in a clean and organised state. But have you ever thought how you can optimise the cleaning process so that you have a nice-looking kitchen without spending several hours a week on cleaning? Additionally, do you think that your cleaning technique is good in keeping germs and clutter at bay? Here are the most common kitchen cleaning mistakes a lot of people make and as a result, they never manage to preserve the kitchen area and appliances as sanitised as they want.
You let pans air dry – You have likely noticed that non-sticky pans shouldn’t be put in the dishwasher. You must also be fully aware that you shouldn’t vigorously scrub the surface to remove the burnt on food. Still, there’s yet another thing you should do to extend the lifetime of the Teflon pans. You must always hand dry them. Removing the excess liquid helps prevent rust.
You don’t clean your self-cleaning oven – The word self-cleaning oven is self-explanatory. In other words, many owners of such appliances think that the dirt will simply take care of. However, the self-cleaning option can lead to a lot of trouble because the high temperature required for the self-cleaning procedure can lead to burnt out panels. To put it differently, you can save yourself the needless hassle if you firmly follow manufacturer’s instructions. Alternatively, you can just hire an oven cleaning service and have your appliance’s inside cleaned in a matter of hours. Make sure you tell the cleaners that you have a self-cleaning appliance so that they bring adequate solutions.
You use a multi-purpose cleaner on metal surfaces – Multi-purpose cleaning products are nice when it comes to removing a little spot on the countertop or a greasy fingerprint from the fridge door. However, they aren’t the ideal choice for cleaning metal and stainless steel surfaces. Don’t apply a multi-purpose cleaner on fittings and appliances. It is better to obtain a specialised detergent or shine stainless steel surfaces using lemon juice.
You do not clean the coffee maker – Coffee makers are some of the most often overlooked kitchen appliances. You should often clean all detachable components as well as the water reservoir. The same goes for the water filtering pitcher. It does require frequent cleaning.
You sanitise the cutting boards with dishwashing liquid only – When you chop meat you should take actions to prevent cross-contamination. Sadly, cleaning the cutting board with a sponge and dishwashing liquid isn’t sufficient. The best way to prevent cross- contamination is to soak it in a bleach solution.
Maintaining your kitchen room germ and dirt free is a time-consuming chore, but the cleaning tasks won’t be so frustrating provided that you set up a cleaning routine. Allocate all cleaning chores to a different day and don’t put off doing the most imminent ones.
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