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Managing Your Kitchen Cleaning
22Nov 2013
Managing Your Kitchen Cleaning

The kitchen is a vital spot in every home. It is where you prepare and store food, so it must be clean and hygienic. It can also be used to store useful tools and equipment, where you clean your clothes, cutlery and other belongings. It is important that this room is always functioning, tidy, clean and germ free, so you must be prepared to put in all the necessary work to make and maintain it this way. If you do not do this, then the room can be dangerous as harmful bacteria breeds, sharp objects are left out, stains and dirt ruin the atmosphere and hygiene of the room. This has to be done regularly and completely, so that dirt does not build up and is fully eliminated. Finding the time do this work can be tough, working out the best way to do things and tackling chores you are unsure about can all be problems, but they can all be answered if you read on.

The first step to keeping your kitchen clean is to write up a schedule. Having an agenda will help keep you on tackle, so that the process is done fully. You can use it to assign a date and times to your kitchen so you will have enough time to get things done fully and not rush things. There are many different parts of a kitchen that will have to be cleaned such as the floors, windows, work surfaces, cutlery, microwave, oven, fridge, freezer, cupboards, pots and pan, and more so you should be organised so everything is seen to and nothing is rushed or forgotten. Use this so that your workload does not interfere with other important duties.

In order to keep your kitchen clean, you will require many tools and materials. Having an abundance of everything stocked will allow you to tackle any mess that crops up, ensuring the task can be done in one go and immediately. It also means you can eliminate any mess or stains the moment they crops up, preventing them from drying or becoming embedded. Paper towels are incredibly useful because they can wipe up and dirt, spills, food, etc that threaten the cleanliness of your home. Keep these stocked, with spare rolls at hand to make cleaning easier. You will need to stock up on detergent and bleaches a well, so that stains can be removed and germs eradicated. There are many of these available so have a look at what you need and purchase the appropriate ones. Always follow the instructions on cleaning agents to the letter, never mix them and only apply them in a well-ventilated area.

Keeping your work surfaces clean is an essential part of keeping the entire room clean so you must stay on top of things. Wipe them regularly to remove dirt and stains, as well as germs. You should wipe them down after any meal has been prepared and eaten so that there are no traces of food left upon them. Cupboards should also be given special attention because it can be easy to forget about them, allowing germs to spread. Always clean the outside and inside, as well as the bottom and top. Utensils, electronics and machinery should always be given thorough attention so they remain is goods condition and are safe to use. Utensils should always be returned to their proper place after use to ensure their quality and to keep things safe.

If you follow this guide, you can keep your kitchen clean and bacteria free, so bear it in mind and work hard.