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Kitchen Maintenance Tips

Kitchen maintenance may feel like an off-putting task, especially after spending tiring amount of time cooking and cleaning, who has time for maintenance? Here are some easy and effective kitchen maintenance tips and tricks that will keep your kitchen neat and tidy, so that cooking becomes a delightful activity for you.

Keep it organized One of the most basic kitchen maintenance tips is keeping it well organized, since a kitchen is no doubt the busiest place in your home with washing dishes, cooking foods, cutting vegetables- one thing or another, going on eternally. Keep dedicated shelving space and cabinets for easy storage of kitchen utensils, jars and appliances. Keep them in separate space so you do not have to fumble, when you are looking for something.

Add cute jars or baskets Spices are an integral part of Bengali food, and without a proper storage, it can be hard to find what you are looking for. You can visit any home improvement retail shop, such as home n decor and get cute mason jars or plastic containers for easy storage of your spices. These not only help to keep your kitchen well organized but enhance the décor of your kitchen and keep the spices fresh.

One of the helpful kitchen organizing tips is to store the jars on a wicker basket in case you run out of shelving storage space, or to keep in handy the kitchen spices you use regularly.

Wipe the sink An important tip in kitchen maintenance checklist is to wipe the sink after use. Do it at least twice a day after heavy meals- in the lunch and after dinner, when you use the sink extensively for washing dishes and cooking pots. Make sure to use detergent and a sponge wipe cloth. You can use a pinch of lime to get rid of greasy film to ensure you have a sparkling sink.

Dry the dishes Don’t you just hate it when someone serves you food on a dripping wet plate? To make things simpler, keep a clean towel or wipe cloth handy in the kitchen, so you can dry the dishes immediately after washing, in case you have a procrastinating tendency. This will ensure your dishes are clean and spotless and ready to be served with your favorite delicacies.

Clean your stove A stove is probably the most used item of the kitchen and if you don’t clean it often, it can be really hard to get rid of the stubborn greases. Oil, food particles can gather and blacken your stove if not maintained properly. As one of the practical kitchen cleaning tips, clean the stove at least once a day so it does not become too dirty.

Take out the trash can As you cut vegetables and cook throughout the day, it is easy to pile on the vegetable peels and overflow the trash bin especially, when you are cooking for a large family. To avoid running out of trash space, keep a large trash bin or two and make sure you regularly clean it to avoid foul smell in the kitchen and the rest of your home. There couldn’t be an easier way on how to have a clean kitchen.

Restock your refrigerator Sometimes we just shovel grocery and food mindlessly into our refrigerator without throwing anything out. Restocking your refrigerator is not just a vital kitchen maintenance tip but also a healthy practice. For example, spoilt food stored for a long period of time is a habitat for bacterial growth which also spoils the fresh food. Throwing the rotten food will not only keep your refrigerator fresh but also keep you healthy.

Clean the exhaust fan One of the useful kitchen cleaning tips is to clean the exhaust fan in your kitchen. Kitchen exhaust fan does a great job of removing fumes and smoke when you are cooking. It may not be possible to do it daily but you should do it at least once every month. Otherwise dust and grease accumulates on the fan and decrease its efficiency.

 

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