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Tips for Germ Beating Kitchen Cleaning

Kitchen cleaning is beaten just by restroom cleaning in the rundown of minimum pleasant tasks. Simply the prospect of those dishwater floaters and dried up tomato sauces that coincidentally got left on the ledge is sufficient to send shudders down the spines of even the most stoic kitchen crusaders.

Now and again, you’ve quite recently got the chance to make a plunge and do a truly profound clean including moving the ice chest, dying and disinfecting everything in sight, wiping out pantries and the wash room, and scouring skillet to inside a crawl of their lives. On the ordinary days in the middle of however, you simply need to keep your kitchen perfect, slick and sufficiently hygienic for everybody to utilize.

Here’s our top kitchen cleaning tips to ensure you don’t give the germs and microorganisms a chance to crawl up on you.

1) Invest in an over the sink cutting board

Truly, an over the sink cutting board is only an additional long one that fits over your sink bowl. It implies that do you spare counter space, as well as the vegetable and meat juices can stream off the board and into the sink, rather than everywhere on your ledges. The final product? Less botch for you to tidy up!

2) Clean wooden boards easily

Wooden cutting boards are some of the least hygienic and can gather a film of grime after prolonged use. For a bit of added germ protection, halve a lemon and pour some salt on the top of the board. Scrub the salt into the wood using the lemon to get rid of that grease and grime, then rinse and leave to dry as usual.

3) Store meat on a cookie sheet in the fridge

Practice good household hygiene by storing your meat correctly. Keeping it on a baking tray stops the gross raw meat juices from flowing all down your fridge and getting all over your vegetables, fruit, cheeses and condiments.

4) Clean the kitchen sink properly

The kitchen sink has the most germs of any other place in the kitchen, other than perhaps the sponge. Unsurprising, when you consider what ends up in it on a daily basis. Wipe it down every evening, but three times a week, fill the sink with warm water and add some bleach. Use a sponge to wipe down the taps, draining board and surrounding areas. Let the water and bleach sit for a few minutes, then drain it and rinse.

While you’re at it, clean the sponge too. Saturate it in water, then put it in the microwave and zap it on high for two minutes. Bye bye germs!