Strategies for Kitchen Cleaning

Cleaning and cleaning is not easy at all, especially in the kitchen. This is where food is prepared, and cleanliness is closely related to the health of employers and their families. How to make the kitchen clean in the safest and fastest way?

Through interviews with many interviewee with years of work experience as helper, Sunlight Employment Agency concluded that it is not difficult to be careful in the kitchen. As long as the right methods and tools are used, time-saving, labor-saving, money-saving and environmental-friendly effects can be achieved.


Twenty kitchen cleaning key positions

  1. Gas stove: Let the gas stove cool down first, then put the outer iron frame into the water, then add an appropriate amount of cleaning solution, soak it for about 10 minutes, and then wipe it with a cloth.

  2. Cabinets: Mix bleach and water, then pour on oily surfaces and wipe off with a brush. Rinse with clean water the next day.

  3. Wall tiles: Spray cleaner on oil stains, then stick kitchen paper on the tiles, peel off after five minutes, and wipe off with a damp cloth.

  4. Range hood: Add flour to a pan of warm water, mix well, and then wipe with a brush or cloth dipped in batter on the oil grid. Then stick kitchen paper on the oil net for a while, tear off the kitchen paper and wipe it with a cloth.

  5. Kitchen screen: Add flour to a pan of hot water, then adjust it to a paste, apply it to the screen repeatedly, wait for 10 minutes, and wipe off with water.

  6. Towel stains: Put a towel into the pot, add the raw egg shells, and simmer for about five minutes. Dry the cloth to dry, and the stains can be cleaned up.

  7. Exhaust fan: Before removing the exhaust fan, wash your hands first, add liquid soap, and then wipe off the water on your hands before cleaning the exhaust fan, making it easier to wipe away the oil!

  8. Microwave oven: Add a little dishwashing liquid to the water, then put the bowl in the microwave for 3 minutes. After heating, wipe the inside of the microwave with a paper towel to remove any stains.

  9. Oven: Mix dishwashing liquid and water at a ratio of 1:10, then add it to the inner wall of the oven, stick kitchen paper and spray with dishwashing liquid. Then put a bowl of boiling water in the oven, turn it off, and bake for a few minutes. Finally, dip a paper towel in dishwashing water and wipe the oven, then wipe it with a cloth to remove oil stains.

  10. Refrigerator: After dampening the cloth with water, wipe the oily area with the cloth. As for the dirt and oil stains in the crevices, you can use a cotton swab dipped in warm water and wipe away. After drying the entire refrigerator, open the refrigerator door to air dry for a day.

  11. Lid: Add water and detergent to the pot, cover the greasy side on the pot, face the hot water, and then turn on the fire so that the lid is covered with steam. When the grease becomes white due to water vapor, wipe it off with a soft cloth.

  12. Bottom of the pot: First prepare the soda powder and cling paper, sprinkle water on the stained place on the pot, and apply the soda powder. Then wrap the whole pot with plastic wrap overnight, and wipe it off with a scouring pad the next day.

  13. Kitchen knife: Wipe the knife with ginger or vinegar to remove the smell of fish and onion and garlic.

  14. Cups: Apply a little toothpaste to the stained area and wipe off with a cloth to easily remove tea or coffee stains.

  15. Electric kettle: The acidity of cola has a cleaning effect. Pour it into the surface of the kettle, and then wipe it with tin foil until the cola is wiped clean, and then gently rub the body of the kettle with kitchen paper.

  16. Cutting board: Spread a paper towel on the cutting board, then add two spoons of vinegar to 200ml warm water and stir, then pour it on the cutting board for about 15 minutes.

  17. Towel: After washing the towel, put it in hot water, add salt or white vinegar, wash the towel after 5 minutes, and dry it in the sun.

  18. Plastic Shau Kei: Add disinfectant and water in a specific ratio (1:200) and stir, then soak the Shau Kei in the sterilizing water for about 2 hours, and finally clean it.

  19. Dining table: Sprinkle a little salt on the oil stains on the dining table, then add a few drops of soybean oil, and finally wipe off the oil stains.

  20. Handwashing dish: Pour on a damp cloth with dish soap, then scrub (or clean with low-concentration vinegar).


Sunlight Employment Agency hopes that the above 20 key essences can help you to be more handy when cleaning the kitchen, save time and energy, and increase cleaning efficiency at the same time.

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