- January 24, 2007 at 1:09 pm #238204
10 Spring Cleaning Tips For Your Kitchen
The words “spring cleaning” can make the neatest person cringe. They
mean more work. As if cleaning all year long wasn’t enough. Spring
cleaning is more than just cleaning…it is deep cleaning. Something
that most people do not have time for all year long. Since my
expertise is cooking, I have decided to focus on spring cleaning and
dirt build up prevention tips for the kitchen….
— Baking soda or club soda will clean and shine stainless steel
sinks easily. Simply apply directly to surface and scrub a dub dub.
— To Remove stubborn water spots from a stainless sink scrub with a
cloth dampened with rubbing alcohol or vinegar.
— To freshen up your “white” porcelain sinks, place paper towels
across the bottom of your sink and saturate with bleach. Let sit over
night and rinse.
— After you’ve cleaned your refrigerator and freezer place an open
box of baking soda in the back of each to help absorb odors for about
— A few drops vanilla extract on a piece of cotton placed in the
refrigerator will also help eliminate odors.
— Wipe refrigerator with vinegar after cleaning to help prevent
— Change your refrigerator light bulbs…that way you never have to
worry about them burning out during the year.
— To clean baked-on food from a cooking pan, put a dryer sheet in
the pan, fill with water, let sit overnight then sponge clean. The
anti-static agents help weaken the bond between the food and the pan
and the fabric softeners will soften the baked-on food.
— To clean burnt or scorched pans, sprinkle pans liberally with
baking soda, adding just enough water to moisten. Let stand over
— To get those stubborn stains off of the inside of you microwave;
spray liberally with two parts water and one part bleach, heat on
high for 20 seconds and let stand for about an hour. The stains
should come right off. For really stubborn stains heat for 30 seconds
and let sit for 2 – 3 hours.
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