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Cleaning certain parts of your kitchen could become a pretty tedious job, but it doesn’t necessarily have to take a full day to finish wiping your dirty countertops, dink, utensils, etc.
In case you’re having some trouble getting rid of all the mess lingering in your kitchen, here are five of the most effective cleaning hacks every homeowner should be aware of:
Cleaning Hack #1: Cleaning Chopping Boards Using Salt and Lemon
Unlike your typical dishes, chopping boards aren’t meant to be cleaned through dishwashers. With regular use, bacteria from meat and other stuff can accumulate on your chopping boards over time, which could contaminate and thrive the food that you eat.
To prevent this from happening, you can use lemon as a cleaning agent or sprinkle the surface of the board with a handful of salt.
Cleaning Hack #2: Eliminating Stains from Mugs
Most people tend to have their own favorite mugs that they always grab from the storage right away every time they wanted to have a cup of joe. However, the coffee stains in the mug could ruin the experience. To remove seemingly stubborn stains on your coffee mugs, try soaking it on a solution containing bleach and warm water.
Another alternative method of doing this is by using a sponge with bicarbonate of soda before wiping all the stains your mugs have. Rinse thoroughly and let it dry for some time.
Cleaning Hack #3: Cleaning Different Countertop Materials
Bringing back the shininess of your countertop can be very tricky as they often vary in terms of materials. Not all materials can be cleaned with a single universal cleaning agent, so take heed on the following list of materials and see which cleaning hack is for your countertop.
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For the finger marks, you can take a dab of cooking oil. Once done, have warm soapy water and rinse off to make your countertops shine again.
Cleaning Hack #4: Cleaning a Fridge in a Time-Efficient Way
Remove the contents of your fridge and using a spray bottle of distilled vinegar and water, sprinkle the mixture throughout its shelves. Let the fridge for a while and wash the removable drawers. Once the drawers are cleaned, wipe the interior of your fridge with a soft damp cloth and make sure that no excess cleaning mixture will be left out before drying it thoroughly. Put back all of the contents afterward.
Cleaning Hack #5: Cleaning a Stainless Sink
Soda is perhaps one of the most common tricks for cleaning sinks, especially those that were made from stainless steel. You can try either of the following methods of its application: sprinkling it with a spray bottle, scrub it with a toothbrush, then proceed with the usual rinsing. There you go! A shiny and fresh-smelling sink.
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