Tips for Tackling Spring Cleaning in Your Easton Kitchen

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Spring Cleaning in Your Easton Kitchen

The kitchen is the heart of the home, making it the most heavily used room in the house. It also means that the kitchen tends to be an area that can build up dust and grime as it is being used. If you’re planning to do some major cleaning work this spring in your home in Easton, your kitchen should be the number one target on your list. But taking on a deep clean in your kitchen can be overwhelming, especially if you haven’t done it in years, or ever! By following these tips, you can be confident in your plan to get your kitchen looking its best!

Working on Your Cabinetry

Decluttering is probably the most intimidating aspect of spring cleaning in the kitchen. Your cabinets are going to be one of the areas where you’ll want to focus. Take it one cabinet at a time. Remove everything inside one cabinet and then sort similar items together into groups on your kitchen floor. Pitch any junk items such as stray lids and have a donate pile set up for any items that could be donated such as extra or unwanted kitchen tools. Wash and clean any items that you still need, then return them to the cabinet, taking care to keep items you use every day within easy reach. You can use this same approach when decluttering other areas of your kitchen, such as the pantry and the refrigerator.

Deep Cleaning Your Sink

Many homeowners who undertake kitchen spring cleaning don’t even consider cleaning the sink. But it is something you should take on as part of your efforts to help keep it in good condition. For standard steel sinks, fill with hot soapy water and add a cup of bleach. Let this stand for around an hour, then empty it and scrub clean with a baking soda/water paste before rinsing.

Take Care of Your Appliances!

Your appliances will also need some TLC during your deep clean to ensure they continue functioning well for years to come! One of the most important steps is to ensure you have the proper cleaners at the ready. While the internals of some of your appliances, such as your refrigerator and your microwave, can be cleaned with an everyday cleanser, what you use on the externals will depend heavily on the finish. If you have stainless steel appliances, for example, you’ll need a cleanser that is specially formulated for stainless steel.


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