9 Priceless Hints to Make Kitchen Cleaning Much Easier

    9 Priceless Hints to Make Kitchen Cleaning Much Easier

    9 Priceless Hints to Make Kitchen Cleaning Much Easier
    Greg
    8:55 AM EDT, October 7, 2020

    Kitchen needs impeccable order. No matter how much you dislike household chores. That is why it is really useful to know a few of cleaning hacks so that you save a lot of time and get much less stressed.

    #1 Let your oven rack look new again

    Oven racks get dirty so easily. Some things spill and some things get burnt. The grease is everywhere. Scouring it is hell of a chore.

    Ammonium bicarbonate (powdered baking ammonia) is the solution you are looking for.

    Put the burners into a string bag and pour some baking ammonia inside. Leave the bag for the night and next day wash the burners carefully. Wear gloves at all times!

    Genialne
    Genialne

    #2 A sink with no rust

    Although cleaning the sink is not that hard, preventing corrosion is a little bit more difficult. So is keeping the surface shiny.

    This is what you do. Pour some baking soda all over the sink and then sprinkle a little with lemon juice to make it go fizzy. Then add vinegar and give it a good brush. For more stubborn stains, try using… pumice stone!

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    angsays

    #3 A quick guide how to get your microwave clean

    Dry spilled food inside a microwave oven requires a lot of scouring. However, before you apply too much force, check out a simple trick. Squeeze a lemon into a bowl with water, put the lemon peels in there too, and switch the oven on for three minutes. Getting rid of the dirt will be much easier and you won’t have to scour at all.

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    Tiphero

    #4 A crumb-free toaster

    Although toasts are a delicious and quick idea for early breakfast, making them brings about some mess. To clean the toaster, wrap a pencil with a paper kitchen towel and clean the inside. Pull out the crumb drawer and shake the crumbs out. Then grab a hairdryer and direct the airstream into the toaster. The remaining crumbs will fly out, too.

    To clean the outside surface, sprinkle a half of a lemon with some salt and use it like a sponge. Just take a look at how easy it is!

    #5 Impeccably clean enamel pots

    You don’t need much time to remove burnt grease and bring them back to their former beauty. Pour some water in and boil it. Once it reaches the boiling point, add baking soda (2 teaspoonful of baking soda per a liter of water). Stir it and simmer it for a few minutes. Using a wooden spatula scratch the grease off, rinse the pot with water and that’s it!

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    missmamiescupcakes.com

    #6 A shiny oven

    Baking soda, some water, a spatula and one night – this is what you need to make your oven look brand new again.

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    Pyszności

    #7 Ten seconds is enough to clean your coffee grinder

    Believe it or not, but to sharpen the blades of your coffee grinder, you need some … white rice!

    Pour in a quarter glass of white rice (20 grams) and grind it until it becomes white powder. Throw it out and clean the inside with a damp piece of kitchen towel. Quick, easy and so spectacular!

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    hometalk.com

    #8 A protective layer for your cooker

    If there is some car wax in your garage, bring it to your kitchen now! Spread some on a clean surface of the cooker. Then using a soft paper towel (or a soft cloth) remove it from the surface. Wax will prevent dirt from accumulating quickly on your cooker.

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    onegoodthingbyjillee.com

    #9 Baking trays like new!

    Baking trays often have dark burnt stains that are so difficult to remove. This is how you can make this job much easier.

    Mix a quarter glass of baking soda with hydrogen peroxide to make a kind of paste. Apply the paste onto the stains and leave it there for an hour. Finally wash everything away with warm water.

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