How to Clean Kitchens And other things your Mom should have taught you about Cleaning Rachel Redden Author
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Table of ContentsIntroductionDeep CleaningCabinetsCurtainsWallsOvenStove topKitchen exhaust fanLightsFreezerFridgeDishwasherSinkGarbage disposalKitchen AppliancesMicrowavesCan openersToaster ovensWaffle ironToasterOther electrical appliancesTableChairsGarbageRugsFloorsTimeMonthly CleaningWeekly CleaningDaily CleaningApparelCleaning SuppliesCleaning on a budgetTipsConclusionAuthor BioPublisherIntroductionDo you ever notice that when your kitchen is clean it is so much easier to cook and work in it? Have you ever noticed how hard it is to do things in your kitchen when it is a mess? Cleaning your kitchen will help you do things quickly and efficiently, without harm or incident. Growing up, cleaning the kitchen was a big, once a year job that we all pitched in on. It was more fun that way, putting on some music and cleaning side by side with my siblings, and the work got done a lot faster than if my mother did it all by herself let me tell you. The kitchen has to be the most complicated room in the house because of its many uses. Difficult to clean, it is also the most essential to clean. I'm not going to pretend this is an easy job, it's not. But it is worth keeping clean because if not kept up, germs, rodents, and sickness will take residence in your household. The kitchen will deteriorate and will be hard to work in, and more chance of getting sick.So let's get the worst part of cleaning over with.


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