How to Clean Absolutely Everything in Your Kitchen
Filthy kitchen? Have no fear, we're going to show you how to clean every corner of your dirty cooking space. There's no better way to kick off a fresh start than with a hardcore clean-off. Check out all our tips and tricks to get a clean kitchen!
This superquick way to clean your blender requires some hot water and a few squirts of dish soap.
A special blend of lemon and baking soda will clean the brass you have in your kitchen.
This concoction of hydrogen peroxide and dish soap will get any burnt residue off your pots and pans.
All types of clouded glasses, from dirty wine glasses to grimy vases, can be cleaned with hydrogen peroxide.
A coffee machine can be a confusing contraption to clean. Vinegar is the best way to clean one.
Coffee Mug Stains
The stains at the bottom of a coffee cup don't always come out in the dishwasher. Salt is the secret ingredient to removing stubborn coffee stains.
Use stale bread to clean your coffee grinder.
Oven cleaner is a great way to remove slow cooker gunk.
A wooden cutting board can be cleaned naturally with salt and lemon.
Yes, your dishwasher can get dirty too. Follow these steps to clean it properly.
Your garbage disposal goes through a lot. Use some baking soda to thoroughly clean it.
A French press can be cleaned with vinegar and warm water.
Glass Bakeware Grease
Make sure that your glass bakeware doesn't accumulate grease by using aluminum foil to scrape it off.
Don't neglect your cooktop! Use some baking soda to clean the surface properly.
To thoroughly clean a granite countertop, isopropyl alcohol will do the trick. See other tips for cleaning granite here.
Clean sponges are an essential in the kitchen. Make sure your sponges are fresh by throwing them in the microwave or in the dishwasher.
White vinegar is the secret ingredient to cleaning your microwave.
Muffin pans can be cleaned with a dryer sheet. Your pans will be as good as new.
Moldy Water Bottle
Gross! Moldy water bottles can be remedied with a healthy dose of bleach.
This natural oven-cleaning method is easy and chemical-free.
Rusty Loaf Pans
If you've made your fair share of banana bread, then it's likely that your loaf pans need to be cleaned properly. A mix of baking soda and oil will do the trick!
Scuff Marks on Linoleum
Rubbing alcohol can be used to remove scuff marks from a linoleum floor (and it can be used in many other ways as well)!
Stainless Steel Refrigerator
Distilled white vinegar will remove all dirt and fingerprints from your stainless steel appliances.
Stainless Steel Sink
Olive oil, lemon, and baking soda are the key ingredients to cleaning your stainless steel sink.
Make sure you use the right cleaning spray when you clean your range top.
Using a paintbrush or a toothbrush will help you get the hard-to-reach spots when you clean your toaster.