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4 Time-Saving Cleaning Tips

kitchen cleaning suppliesEverybody likes their kitchen clean and tidy, but most people don’t have enough time to keep it that way always. To make the cleaning process easier for you, we would like to share some quick tips for effective and efficient cleanup of kitchen tools you probably use a lot. We are sure you have all the necessary cleaning supplies, including dish-washing liquid, sponges, cloths and paper products, so get ready for 4 time-saving tricks!

1 – Using a blender is easy and (usually) healthy, but cleaning it up can be tricky. Here is what you should do. As soon as you pour your drink, you should take the pitcher to your sink. Pour a drop of dish-washing liquid and water, put the pitcher back on the blender. “Blend” it for about 15-20 seconds and rinse the pitcher out.

2 – Microwave oven might be your best friend when you come home late and starving. However, it needs to be cleaned every once in a while, doesn’t it? The quickest way to do is by placing wet paper towels inside and running it on high for approximately 4 minutes. The steam softens the grime and, once the towels cool down, use them to wipe the interior of your microwave oven. If you need to deodorize the oven, put a measuring bowl or cup with 1/2 of lemon juice and 1 cup of water and heat it for approx. 4 minutes on high. Let the bowl/cup stand in the oven for 10 minutes before you remove it.

3 – Do you know anyone who likes cleaning the grater? Probably not. The reason is simple, it is too difficult to remove every last remnant of grated cheese or other foods left behind in those tiny grates. But, use a clean pastry brush for cleaning both sides of the grater; it works!

4 – You don’t use your china cups for drinking tea or coffee because you do not want them to get those nasty stains. It’s a shame, especially when you realize that removing coffee stains from china dishware is rather easy. Simply scrub your cups with equal parts of salt and vinegar and you’ll make them “new” again.

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