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Kitchen Cleaning Tips

Cleaning up the kitchen is part of cooking-not a task most people enjoy. Not only is it easier to cook and bake in a clean kitchen, but clean surfaces and storage containers will keep your family healthier and safer. If you take some time to learn these easy tips and preventative measures your kitchen automatically will be cleaner, less cluttered and a joy to cook in.

General Kitchen Cleaning Tips

  • Have a place for everything. It's much easier to use a utensil or appliance, clean it and put it away when it has a home. I use foil as an example in my kitchen. I have a special drawer that is used just for foil, plastic wrap and parchment paper. Those items are always easy to find, and are put away after each use because they have a special home.
  • Don't mix ammonia and bleach because it will create toxic fumes.
  • Identify spots in your kitchen that accumulate clutter and take a few minutes every day to clear those spots and place objects in their correct homes.
  • Try to end each day with a clean, empty kitchen sink. Run the dishwasher before you go to bed and unload it first thing in the morning.
  • A sponge is actually a great way to spread germs. I prefer using paper towels, discarding them after cleaning each surface, to totally prevent cross-contamination.

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Bathroom Cleaning Tips

  • Have cleaning supplies in one convenient place ready to use. Having the supplies for cleaning the bathroom all together in the same place at the beginning of the job is essential. It avoids wasted time and allows you to focus on the task at hand. Make a habit of putting all dirty clothing and put it in a hamper. Focus only on dirty clothing only this will help you to focus on the clothes gathering mission. Throwing away trash or putting away bottles of shampoo will diffuse your focus-concentrate on the dirty clothing for now and don't turn socks right side out or unfold pant legs, just throw it all in the hamper or basket.
  • Take a disinfectant wipe and wipe down the sink and tub. Our goal here is to get the sink and tub presentable.
  • Casually wipe down the tub. You may need to spend more time on the sink. Wear disposable gloves to protect your skin and help you clean without worrying about what you touch.
  • Using a toilet brush and toilet cleaner, briefly scrub out the inside of the toilet. Again this is not a full out scrubbing of the toilet.
  • Maintaining the mirror is important since this is the main focus of unexpected guests in your home. Use glass cleaner or vinegar, wipe down the mirror. I like to put a little time into this task even when I'm in a hurry. Guests will probably spend the most time examining themselves in your mirror. They will inevitably notice dinginess and streaks.
  • Sweep or mop. Briefly sweep the floor. Worry about the main traffic area. If you have a Swiffer, Ready mop, or something similar, it can take just a few seconds to mop.

A bathroom cleaning scenario

You start to clean the bathroom. Then you run downstairs to grab the broom-you didn’t realize it wasn’t nearby-as you pass the front door on your way you suddenly wonder if the mail has come arrived. Hurray, you have mail and you decide to file some of it. A letter reminds you to call a family member. Before you know it the bathroom is the last thing on your mind.
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  • Clean toilet bowls, sinks, tub and shower.
  • Windex mirrors, glass and chrome.
  • Sweep and clean floor.
  • Other custom cleaning you may require.

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