NATURAL WAYS TO CLEAN KITCHEN APPLIANCES

Our kitchen appliances see a great deal of use. They help us cook our food perfectly!  Sometimes it’s nice to give them a little time and attention and spiff them up. Cleaning your home appliances can be a lot of work. Here are a few quick and easy steps to help you in cleaning your kitchen appliances.

NATURAL WAYS TO CLEAN KITCHEN APPLIANCES

Oven:

If you have a heavy build-up of grease on your oven door, just apply undiluted white vinegar all over and leave to sit for 15 minutes. The acid will break up the grease, making it easier to wipe away later. Create a cleaning solution using half of a cup of white vinegar and water.

Microwave:

Have you been neglecting your microwave and now struggling to remove the build-up of all your past splattering’s? Cut the lemon in half and squeeze the juice into a microwaveable dish or container and mix with roughly 300ml of water. Place the container in the microwave; whack the power on max for 5-10 minutes allowing the steam to condense on the walls and roof of the oven. Once the time is up grab a soft dishcloth and wipe that microwave out with unparalleled easy. Your kitchen will also smell fresh and clean. Lemonentary!

Kettle:

To break up layers of moderate lime scale on your kettle, just add a half of a cup of vinegar to the water, and let sit overnight before rinsing it out. If the build-up is really bad, then fill the kettle with full strength vinegar and boil.

Refrigerate:

Use this simple trick to remove refrigerator odor. Line a cookie sheet with a layer of baking soda, put it in the bottom of the refrigerator, and keep it there for 24 hours. To keep the refrigerator odour-free, clean it regularly and stow an open box of baking soda inside, replacing the box every few months.

Coffee Filter:

The carafe, lid and filter basket should be cleaned daily with warm water. Empty and rinse the carafe and dump out any coffee grounds left in the filter. Fill the water chamber to its full capacity with equal parts white vinegar and water. Using a paper filter, allow to brew until half the chamber is empty. Turn the coffee maker off and let it sit for 30 minutes, then finish brewing. After the brew cycle has completed, pour out the vinegar-water solution and rinse everything out by putting in a new paper filter and brewing a full pot of clean water. Repeat once.

Clean stove top:

Make a paste with 4 tablespoons of salt plus a little water and spread it on the stain. Place a warm damp rag on top and let it sit for 30 minutes. Wipe the area clean. For stubirn stains add 1 tablespoon of distilled vinegar to the mixture.

Clean Dishwasher:

After the regular use of dishwasher it needs to be cleaned because it will be stocked with leftover food, grease and soap scum as the results it starts smelling over a period of time. Read More >>

Toaster:

To clean a stainless steel toaster, disassemble it and clean it with soapy water first followed by wiping it with a clean cloth sprayed with vinegar.

Use these simple tricks to keep your much-loved kitchen appliances clean and sparkling!

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