Tricks To Clean These 5 Important Things In Your Kitchen (Easily!)

Learn these tricks to clean these 5 important things you’ve in your kitchen easily and save your time!

Learn these tricks to clean these 5 important things you've in your kitchen easily and save your time!

1. To Clean the Oven

clean oven with ammonia

Ovens can get really messy. To clean it use a cup of ammonia and let it sit in the cool oven overnight. In the morning wipe all the grime and build-ups with a paper towel. You can also keep a wet cloth in the oven and heat it so that the steam will loosen up all the grime. Let the oven cool down and clean it from the inside with the same cloth.

2. Clean the Blender/Mixer Pot

cleaning blender

After blending garlic or some other spices for the curry, pots are left with the hard to get rid of after smells. And blender pots can be a tricky thing to clean with all its blades. After every use, fill the pot half way with water and soap, blend it for 10 seconds, and TADA! It’s clean.

3. Prevent Clogs

Prevent clogs

A clogged sink is the last thing that you need in the kitchen. To prevent it from happening pour some boiling water down the sink time to time. Doing so ensures that the oils in food products run down the drain. When they build upon the interior surface of pipes, it leads to clogged drains. You can also use baking soda with the water to double the effectiveness.

4. Deep Clean the Chopping Board

Deep clean the chopping board

A chopping board may appear clean, but there are thousands of germs building up in its hundreds of cuts. They get grimy even after you give them a quick wash. To deep clean the chopping board you will need a lemon and some salt. Sprinkle some salt on the surface and rub it with the lemon. Make sure to squeeze the lemon along the way to get the juice out, let it soak for about 5 minutes before washing it with clean water. The more it is given on The Kitchn!

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