Cleaning the refrigerator
Spray the mixture in the refrigerator. Be sure to flatten every surface. If you don’t have a spray bottle, immerse a clean rag or sponge into the mixture and wipe each surface. After the refrigerator is wiped clean, dry it with a paper towel. Plug the refrigerator back and return your frozen items to the right place.
Cleaning cabinets and counters
Clean your cabinet. Whether it’s food, kitchen supplies, or your secretly stored candy, clean the cabinets at regular intervals. Throw away expired items and wipe the cabinet with a damp soap cloth to remove dust and breadcrumbs.
Clean the front of your cabinet. Dirt and grease can build up on the front of the cabinet. Wipe them clean with a damp cloth and dry them thoroughly to avoid any color distortion. If you have wooden cabinets, consider using cleaning products made specifically for wood.
Wipe off your counter. You should do this every night after dinner. Wipe the counter with a sponge and soapy water. Wipe dry with a clean cloth or paper towel. You can also buy some cleaning supplies to wipe your counter. There are many antibacterial sprays, disposable wipes and skim products. If your counter is made of granite or stone, you should use cleaning products specially made for this countertop.
Cleaning the sink
Wash all your dishes. Wash dishes and cups, put them in the dishwasher, or wash them in the sink. Be sure to do this before you start cleaning the sink. Wipe the basin and fixture of the sink. To avoid mold growth or water stains, wash the basin with warm soapy water and a sponge. Rinse along the edge of the basin. Remove water stains from the fixture.
Clean the faucet around. To make it difficult to clean the cracks on the faucet, use a toothbrush soaked in warm soapy water. Remove any water stains and dry cloth left behind. Remove scale. If your water has a high mineral content, you may notice scale. To remove these deposits, mix a portion of water with a portion of white vinegar. Gently wipe the deposit with a rag. Rinse this area and let it dry.
Let your garbage disposal work properly. If your sink is difficult to drain, dispose of it and remove anything that might be underneath. It is important to disinfect your disposal occasionally too. Place the frozen vinegar in an ice tray, pour it off, and pour boiling water during the process. This will also improve your garbage disposal blade.
Cleaning small appliances
Wipe the microwave clean. Wipe the stains in the microwave with warm soapy water and a sponge. For really hard stains, use 2 tablespoons of baking soda and 1 quart of dehydrated mixture. Rinse with water and then dry with a clean cloth.
Please refer to the electrical manual for the best way to clean small appliances. Although you can simply wipe every part of the device (except the electrical part), you should always check the manual that came with the device. The appliances you should clean include: your toaster, your coffee machine, your blender and your coffee grinder. Put all the electrical components together. When you clean your appliance, make sure you know where each part is going. Do not lose any part of the appliance. Wash each piece once to avoid confusion.
The last thing to be done
Sweep the floor with a broom and a sand table. Clean the floor with dust, breadcrumbs and rubbish before you clean your floor. Mopping the floor if necessary. Clean your floor with a mop and a bucket of soapy water. Put everything back in the right place. After cleaning, put all the cleaning supplies back in the right place so you won’t trip over them.
Conclusion: The above is a small series on how to clean the kitchen. At the end of the cleaning, you need to dump the garbage. You should do this last time, because when you clean, you will definitely find what you want to throw away. Wash the trash can with soap and water. Replace this package with a new one.