Domestic Cleaning tips – how to clean kitchen appliances
We all take an hour or more out of our free time to do the domestic cleaning, especially in the kitchen because leaving it even for just one day always causes double the workload the following day. Typically we take care of the dirty dishes and wipe down the counters, and that’s as far as we’d go. But every now and then we need to take care of the bigger jobs, such as removing that nasty build up of grease in the oven, or clearing out the fridge of forgotten and expired food, and cleaning inside to remove that funky smell.
These jobs often get put off for weeks at a time because they seem so daunting, but truth is they can be done quite easily, and luckily it’s not something that has to be done on a daily basis.
Here are a few domestic cleaning tips that will make cleaning your kitchen appliances much easier using just two natural ingredients: vinegar and water!
If you have a heavy build up of grease on your oven door just apply white vinegar all over and leave it to sit for 15 minutes. The acid will break up the grease, making it easier to wipe away.
Create a solution using half a cup of water and half a cup of white vinegar. This will kill any germs when you wipe down the fridge walls and shelves.
If you have a build up of soap scum in your dishwasher then pour some full strength vinegar and run a cycle. This should be done on a monthly basis.
To break up the limescale in your kettle just add half a cup of vinegar to the water and let it sit overnight before rinsing it out. If the build up is really bad then fill the kettle with full strength vinegar and boil it.
Of course, if you are very pressed for time or you just don’t have the energy after a hard day’s work to get all the household chores out of the way then you should call a domestic cleaning company in London for help.
Domestic cleaners London are highly skilled and experienced, and they can take a huge burden off your hands by visiting your home on a regular basis and taking care of the chores for you. With their help you can enjoy a spotless home when you return from work, and you won’t have to lift a finger to clean for the rest of the day.
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Of course it’s lovely to have someone come around and do the stove cleaning, alternatively I’d recommend using a good quality steel wool stove cleaner.