How To Clean The Kitchen In A Short Time

The microwave is usually one of the most neglected parts when it comes to cleaning the kitchen, although it is one of the fattest accumulating. But getting rid of this dirt is very simple if you follow the following trick, with which you can also disinfect your scouring pads.


With a little water and lemon, you can clean the microwave.


Fill a bowl with a little water and add a few lemon wedges. Put the scouring pad in it, making sure you have completely soaked it in the water, and microwave the bowl for a minute. In this way, you will not only remove germs from the scourer, but you will also make the fat inside the microwave soften with the steam so that it is easier to remove it soon after with a cloth. Also, while the bowl is in the microwave, you can do other things.


To remove dirt from the ceramic hob and countertops, simply use a grease remover. But if you want something more natural and homemade, try cleaning the kitchen with a little vinegar in hot water and rubbing the solution with a cloth or a scouring pad. If you’re having trouble getting rid of the fat, use a little baking soda with a few drops of lemon juice.


For kitchen tiles, it is recommended to use an industrial product or hot soapy water and a stream of vinegar to make them shine. For the dust that accumulates in paintings, frames, and ceilings, the ideal is a feather duster.


Tricks to clean the bathroom effortlessly


Start by cleaning the tiles with the same mixture that you used in the kitchen: vinegar with hot water. Meanwhile, dab the same mixture over the tub, bidet, sink, and shower to remove water level stains and dirt. 


To remove tartar stains that can build up on the toilet, it is best to use a metallic sponge soaked in alcohol or hot vinegar.


The shower screen, mirrors, and any other glass you have in the bathroom can also be cleaned with a little vinegar diluted in water. If you don’t want to scratch the mirror, try cleaning it with some newspaper.