Category: Kitchen

5 Tips For A Well-Organized Kitchen

1. Organize Space By Use Create zones for each type of job and store the items needed for that job together. For example, if you have a baking space, you store baking items in that space. The kitchen sink should be close to the recycling bins, for a clean process and efficient recycling. The stove and

Tips To Properly Clean Your Microwave Oven

Although it is normal for this to happen, it is preferable that the oven always remains clean when using it again, not only for comfort, but also for hygiene and health. These are five easy and practical tricks that you can take into account when fighting dirt in your appliance and without having to spend

Why you shouldn’t wash your dishes by hand

There's a common misconception that washing by hand is better for the environment, and even more hygienic than dishwashing — but neither is true. Here are five reasons why you should load up the dishwasher rather than wasting time and water washing dishes by hand. Dishwashers are less wasteful. Multiple studies have found that people overuse running

How to Clean a Cat Litter Box

Cats are finicky creatures. If they aren't happy with the cleanliness of their litter box, they can quickly develop an aversion to it. This often leads to inappropriate urination, or urinating outside of the litter box. Here are some tips for good litter box hygiene. Scoop solid waste at least twice a day. Remove urine clumps and

Tips for Organizing Your Fridge

Fridge is the most important appliance in our kitchen and we just can’t imagine our life without it. Have you ever imagined what our life would be without a refrigerator? When we set up our kitchen for the first time, the first thing comes to our mind is to buy a refrigerator. We can store our

Kitchen a haven for germs

Think fast: What's the most germ-infested room in the house? If you guessed the bathroom, you're wrong. The kitchen earns the distinction, largely because of the sponges we use to clean our dishes and countertops. Sponges are excellent at absorbing and retaining liquid, which is great for cleaning kitchen surfaces and soaking up spills, but those

Spring Cleaning Tips

Essentially, spring cleaning is about clearing out the things you no longer use, while at the same time doing a deep cleaning of the entire house. It’s a time to declutter, reorganize, and complete tasks that only need to be tackled once or twice a year. This all-out cleaning frenzy can take place any time of

Cleaning Stainless Steel Sinks

The distinctive shine of stainless steel is found everywhere you look -- from the kitchen sink to the pinnacle of the Chrysler Building. And no wonder: It's a high- performance marvel, an extremely durable material that does not corrode or rust. It doesn't stain easily, either, although it's not stain-proof. Low maintenance and distinctive luster make

Cleaning a Dishwasher

  What happens to all that nasty food that comes off your dishes? Most of it is drained, but some will remain to collect and bake on to the inside of your dishwasher. Also, if your dishwasher has a problem draining, it will develop a perpetual pool of standing water at the end of every wash.