Easy Cleaning Tips for Your Kitchen

Cleaning the kitchen is not usually a favorite project. In fact, most people would rather pull weeds or do laundry than clean the kitchen. Especially in households with more than one person, a messy kitchen can often take several hours to clean. The dread of kitchen cleaning doesn’t have to be forever. With a few helpful cleaning tips from Minch Professional Cleaning Services, LLC, your kitchen will be spotless in no time!

One of the best ideas that you can use for kitchen cleaning is to set a timer. We are all easily distracted with the constant barrage of text messages, phone calls, and emails. Sometimes our tasks go uncompleted simply because we can’t focus long enough to get going. With a simple timer, you can finally tackle your kitchen mess and start feeling productive. Set your timer for five minutes and start your first task, whether it’s sweeping or scrubbing. When the timer goes off, assess how much you’ve accomplished and then re-set it once again for your next cleaning phase.

Afraid of washing the dishes? It’s actually not so bad with a little vinegar and water. Simply fill your sink with hot water and add three to four tablespoons of vinegar, along with a drop or two of your regular dishwashing liquid. The acidity from the vinegar will help clean off accumulated grease and make washing the dishes much easier than you’d expect. If you still feel like you need some extra assistance with your kitchen cleaning project, give Minch Professional Cleaning Services, LLC a call. We take pride in offering only the highest quality cleaning services for the surrounding area.

Need to clean tough stains off your backsplash or off your refrigerator door? All you need is a little alcohol and a damp sponge. Wipe down the area with a damp sponge that has been dabbed with the rubbing alcohol and watch the stains magically disappear. The rubbing alcohol will get rid of the unsightly marks, and it will also disinfect. How’s that for double duty?

Another great kitchen cleaning tip from us here at Minch Professional Cleaning Services, LLC is to use baking soda for cleaning wooden surfaces. Simply mix up a half-cup of baking soda with a quart of lukewarm water and rub the wooden surface. Follow up with a rinse in plain water and then blot the area clean with a towel. A quick tip to get wooden surfaces shiny once again is to try some boiled linseed oil. Just use some steel wool to blend the oil mixture into the wood. Still need a little help getting your kitchen cleaned? Give Minch Professional Cleaning Services, LLC a call. We can always help with cleaning projects when you need us!