Cleaning the kitchen is difficult and tricky as there are a lot of kitchen appliances that you should take care of, as well. Let’s see how to do it.
The dishwasher’s job is to clean your dishes — but, ironically, it can get pretty dirty in the process of performing that function. Here’s how to keep your dishwasher as clean and fresh as your dishes:Baking soda helps when the dishwasher needs cleaning. Dip a cloth into the soda and use it to clean smudges from the exterior; the same method will also remove stains from the liner. Use a synthetic scouring pad to clean stubborn soil.
Remember-do not use detergents with harmful chemicals, which shouldn’t interact with food. It is better to mix two tea spoons of soda with a liter of warm water and wipe the surface with this solution. To get rid of bad odor, settled in the refrigerator, you can also use baking soda. Put in an open box or dish with baking soda on one of the shelves. Wipe your refrigerator inside with a sponge soaked in vanilla extract to deodorize it.
Neither kind of oven should be cleaned with commercial oven cleaners because these products will damage the surface.
If you want to clean the oven naturally, prepare a paste of baking soda and water, apply to the surface and leave for several hours, preferably overnight. To quickly get rid of the burnt spots, gently scrape with metal scraper, and if that fails, sprinkle baking soda over the spots and add a few drops of vinegar. Once the vinegar make foam for a couple of minutes, rinse with water. Try to wipe the cooking surface from stains and grease every time you use it.
Use a mild dishwashing detergent, baking soda or glass cleaner to clean the inside of the microwave.If your microwave is splattered with old sauces and greasy buildup, place a mixture, which contains one cup of water and one forth cup of vinegar, inside the microwave. Boil for three minutes, then remove it and wipe the oven inside, using a damp sponge. You’ll be surprised how effective is this trick.