December 26th, 2022



5 Kitchen Cleaning Hacks That Will Make Life Easier!

Depending on how much of a clean friend you are, tackling the kitchen could be your idea of heaven or hell with these kitchen cleaning hacks like scrubbing everything from the fridge, oven and dishwasher to the sink. In our experience, the best trick when you clean a kitchen from top to bottom is to take the products you use back to basics and to define a schedule that will help smoothline all the processes. Like that, you can clean your space as productively as could really be expected.


If you really are stuck for time, the simplest way to clean the inside of your oven is with bicarbonate of soda. Mix it with water to make a paste then spread over burnt on food and grease. Let it sit, then use a kitchen spatula to scrape off the paste. Rinse thoroughly with a damp cloth. Leave the door open while the oven dries out. 

Second method is to cut up a couple of lemons, stick them in a bowl of hot water and zap them on high for three or four minutes until they produce a lemony steam. Leave the door shut for the entire time, then repeat the zapping. Leave to sit again, then open up the door and simply wipe off the loosened food.You might need soapy water here to clean up any extra grease, then rinse and allow to dry with the door open. Bonus? Your kitchen will smell pleasingly lemony, too.


Yuk. They never look quite as good as they did when you first bought the oven, right? It only takes a couple of spills and your burners are greasy and gunky forever after.

Instead, put the burners into plastic bags that you can seal & add about four tablespoons of ammonia, then place the bag of burners on a baking tray and put them outside .Don’t worry if the burners aren’t sitting in the ammonia; it’s the fumes that do the job.

The following day, run the burners under a warm tap and put into a bowl of hot soapy water. Rinse and leave to dry.


If you have hard water where you live, you may find that the faucet on your kitchen sink or even your shower head gets clogged from time to time. Just soak the faucet in vinegar and then let the water run. It’ll clear up on its own.


There are plenty of neat tricks on how to clean a fridge efficiently, like whip out the shelves and drawers, spray the fridge’s interior with a solution of distilled vinegar and water, leave it to soak while you wash the shelves then return to the fridge and wipe it out thoroughly with a soft, damp cloth. The vinegar and water will remove not just sticky mess and germs, but fridge smells, too. Let the fridge dry thoroughly before you put the food back in and shut the door.


If you need to clean a stainless steel sink because it’s dirty, then you can clean it quickly with bicarbonate of soda. Simply sprinkle it on, scrub with a toothbrush, then wet and rinse.

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