Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Kitchen Cleaning: Step By Step - Part II

Your Kitchen Sink Can Shine Again
Next, tackle your sink. The best way to handle your sink is to give it a quick rinse to make sure that there is no food or debris in it.
Put the cleaning solution on the sink and wait for five minutes to let it soak in. After it has, give it a good scrub and then rinse it. After drying, you will see what a wonderful difference this can make!

The Microwave
While the sink is soaking, you might want to tackle the microwave. Clean it inside and out and make sure that you scrub the glass plate in the center as well.

The Stove
After this, consider the stove. Remove the burners and if necessary, let them soak in a cleaning solution. Apply a gentle cleaner to the top of the stove and give it a quick scrub. Once the stove is clean, rinse off the burners, dry them and replace them.

The Fridge
Many people dread the fridge, but it doesn't have to be that bad. Remove everything, decide what is going to get tossed and what can be kept, and if necessary, soak the compartments and shelves.

Vacuuming And Sweeping
Finally, to declare your kitchen cleaning a success, tackle the floor. Start by vacuuming it or sweeping to get the dust out. Then you can use a mop to get the last of the grime up and give the floor a wonderful shine.

Kitchen cleaning is really that easy, so take some time, and make sure that you are thorough and precise! House cleaning does not have to be that tough, so break it down into tasks that you know you can do.

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