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No one likes a messy kitchen. Not only is it unappealing to look at, but it can also be dangerous. Unclean kitchens are full of bacteria that can cause food poisoning - no one wants to get sick from their own kitchen!
That’s why it’s important to keep your kitchen clean all year round. And we’re here to help you do just that. We’ve put together a seasonal cleaning checklist for your kitchen, complete with helpful tips on everything from cleaning an oven as advised by https://www.nationalappliancerepairs.com.au/how-to-clean-an-oven/ to getting rid of those pesky fruit flies.
So whether it’s spring cleaning or you just want to freshen things up, this checklist will help you get your kitchen in tip-top shape. Let’s get started!
Spring Cleaning Checklist for Your Kitchen
It’s finally springtime! The weather is getting warmer and the days are getting longer. Spring is the perfect time to deep clean your kitchen and get rid of all the clutter that’s been building up over the winter months.
Here’s a helpful checklist to get you started:
- Start by decluttering your counters and cabinets. Get rid of any appliances or gadgets that you don’t use on a regular basis. Donate them or sell them online - you’ll be surprised how much money you can make!
- Wash all the dirt and grime off your countertops, backsplashes, and floors. Don’t forget to sanitise cutting boards, too.
- Give your oven a good cleaning. Scrub the inside with soapy water and a sponge, then rinse with vinegar water to disinfect.
- Clean out your fridge and pantry. Get rid of any expired food items or non-perishables that you know you won’t use. Wipe down all the shelves and drawers with soapy water or vinegar water.
- Finally, wash all your windows and blinds. Opening up the windows will let some fresh air into your kitchen and make it feel brand new again!
Ready to get started?
Some people consider cleaning the kitchen to be a tedious chore, but it doesn’t have to be. If you take the above tips and condense them into a streamlined plan of attack, you can have your kitchen looking like the day you moved in with very minimal time and effort expended! Just remember to declutter regularly, wash surfaces often, deep clean appliances quarterly, empty out expired food items, and mop/vacuum on a regular basis. And of course, don’t forget you can get the whole household involved to make the job easier!