So you have beautiful wood cabinets in your kitchen, but you’ve been noticing that they are getting stickier and greasier…over the last six or seven years. What do you do? It sounds as if the time to take action has arrived. Here’s what to do. Use a
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(Well, actually, only the kitchen sink…) The kitchen sink is one of the dirtiest places in your home, next to your kitchen sponge, cutting boards, and remote controls. As you might guess, it should be given a good cleaning often. If you are going to spend any
So here you are, cleaning the counter with malice toward none and a song in your heart. Then you discover remnants of: (a) Saturday night’s failed soufflé, (b) Sunday morning’s blueberry pancake batter, and (c) other assorted stone artifacts that were once food. You are not amused.
Keeping the stove clean is one of the more regular “maintenance” cleaning jobs that must be done. You probably clean it every day…or at least give it a good wipe. Besides making sure your stove is level, so that the flames burn uniformly and pilot lights work properly,
During regular, maintenance house cleaning, cabinets are usually just wiped around the handles, where fingerprints are most likely to appear.The remainder of the cabinet fronts need a deep cleaning about once a year, but possibly more depending on the amount of grease buildup. The specific steps to