The Ultimate Step-by-Step Kitchen Cleaning Guide

Kitchen Cleaning Guide
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Home life revolves around the kitchen. The kitchen is more than just a functional space; it’s also a social hub. So, keep that in mind while you’re planning your kitchen cleaning schedule. According to Yohann Dieul, owner of London’s Frenchy Home Cleaning, “at the end of the day, the kitchen is the heart of a home where everyone spends some time.” “It needs to be a clean, pleasant, and comfortable area where you and your family can have beautiful meals and converse,” he adds.

Here is the most thorough, step-by-step plan for restoring your kitchen after years of grime accumulation on the backsplash, in the crevices of your cupboards, and on your counters. We also included methods for quickly and easily sanitising the kitchen. Simple ingredients like baking soda, white vinegar, and dish soap are all you need to get going.

The Ultimate Step-by-Step Kitchen Cleaning Guide

It’s stressful to work in a kitchen that looks like a yard sale due to all the splatters, fingerprints, and general chaos. Use this tutorial as a blueprint to simplify an otherwise challenging task.

 Where do you get the energy to accomplish that?

 To clean the kitchen effectively, you should first devise a plan. Chorley, England’s Kelly Doran, founder of Mrs. D’s Cleaning Reviews, advises, “Always start on the side opposite the kitchen sink and work your way around clearing the worktops first.” “Next, fill the dishwasher, clean the stove, disinfect the counters, and clean the kitchen sink.”

1. Take everything from the shelves and counters.

The kitchen should be the first room you clean. Cleaning will be more difficult, as noted by Dieul: “It may seem apparent, but the more junk you have around, the less successful your cleaning will be.” Put the dirty dishes in the dishwasher and clear the counter. 

Gather all of the paper recipes you have and file them away, dispose of or recycle any empty jars, change out the paper towel roll, set out a clean dish towel, and replenish the hand soap beside the sink. Now is a terrific time to clean and polish silverware, copper cookware, and other kitchen utensils that haven’t seen regular usage in a while. After discarding unnecessary items, you can better identify garbage that has to be taken out.

2. Maintain working order of the equipment.

The care of both large and small home appliances requires equal attention. Appliances like the glass stove top, Blackstone griddle, air fryer, and dishwasher may also be cleaned. To be honest, it depends on how much time you have on your hands. 

You can wipe off all the surfaces with a moist towel or clean the interior of each gadget separately. It’s amazing how quickly your air fryer and microwave can become covered with food splatters.

 Getting rid of the grime will aid you in the long run, whether you’re moving or using the appliances in question. Crumbs can be eliminated by lifting each object and wiping the floor underneath. Especially if you’re someone who regularly toasts bagels for breakfast. Not everything needs to be cleaned every time, but keep them in mind. Hold onto a microfiber towel for daily wiping.

3. Clean the filters and the waste disposal.

Although crucial, this is often overlooked. Avoid soiled dishes by cleaning your dishwasher’s filter, the inside of your trash can to discourage fruit flies, and the blades of your garbage disposal regularly (to prevent a smelly kitchen sink)

. It’s simple to clean up by flushing the extra hot water down the drain, soaking the dishwasher’s filter in vinegar, and using cleaning wipes on the trash can.

4. Clean all surfaces

While it may seem apparent to start with the countertops while cleaning, it’s important to also disinfect the other surfaces in the kitchen, including the appliances, cupboards, backsplash, grates, faucets, and burners. Keep an extension pole and a fan duster handy; Dieul advises cleaning

“From the top down.” “Everything that falls may be scooped up when you’re done cleaning.”

 A moist towel and some cleanser or soapy water can do the trick for most overspray cleanups. On the other hand, quartz, marble, and stainless steel surfaces may require the use of specialized cleaners. Avoid using bleach and ammonia if you value your marble floors. Scrub off old, crusty food with a mixture of baking soda and soap.

5. Don’t neglect the kitchen floor!

Sweep and mop the floor to get rid of crumbs, dust, and anything else that fell while you were cooking. You need to mop the floor once a week with a mixture of warm water and dish soap in a bucket.

 The Swiffer Sweeper is a 2-in-1 mop and sweeper that can be used when time is of the essence. If dirt has settled into crevices, it may be necessary to get on all fours and examine the area beneath the cupboards. 

To thoroughly clean the grout, try using a steam mop. There’s a good chance that the kitchen mat you keep in front of the sink needs to be either washed or replaced. When doing the dishes, you not only have to stand on it but also risk unclean water spills. The commercial mixergrinder can always look its best with the help of Ruggable’s machine-washable rugs and runners.

How do I clean My kitchen daily?

If you spend two minutes a day, you can keep your kitchen clean without an army or hours of labor. “The more you clean, the less you have to do each time,” Dieul explains. “Little daily is key!” Yes, this involves putting dishes in the dishwasher, wiping breakfast crumbs off the counter, and cleaning soon after baking instead of waiting until the next day. 

After washing dishes, put perfumed garbage disposal cleansing and deodorizing drops in the sink.

Read more: Kitchen Renovation Checklist

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