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Clean Your Kitchen- Step By Step Procedure

Updated on August 9, 2013

THINGS REQUIRED

  • SCRUB
  • SPONGE
  • BRUSH FOR CLEANING SINK
  • ALL PURPOSE KITCHEN CLEANER OR DISINFECTANT LIKE LYZOL
  • DISHWASH ( LIQUID)
  • DRY PAPER TOWEL

HAVE A CLEAN KITCHEN

To have a neat and clean kitchen, The sink should be clean, the floor should be clean, the wall tiles should be clean, the shelves and kitchen cabinets, the worktops , the stove , the utensils everything should be clean.,

First : Pick up all the utensils that are to be cleaned and put them in the sink or somewhere together or a dishwasher if you are using one.

Second : Arrange the shelves and mop up the dust with a clean dry or wet towel.

Third : Clean the stove.

CLEANING THE STOVE

1) Switch off the stove and once it is cool, remove everything from over the stove like small crumbs of food with a towel.

2) Lift the drip pans and burner covers and soak them in diluted dish wash.

3) Scrub the stove surface with some all purpose kitchen cleaner or some cleaning detergent and water

4) Wipe the stove surface clean.

5) Pour some cleaning disinfectant into a mug and dilute it. Then take a sponge and dip it in the diluted solution and then clean all the sides

6) Lift the stove and clean the surface below the stove and the sides

7) Clean the drip pans and burner covers.

8) Replace the drip pans and burner covers.

Fourth : Wash all the utensils and then wipe off the water so that they do not dry with water marks or spots.

Alternatively, after washing the utensils we can keep them inverted ( upside down ) on a clean surface , so that the water runs down and dries itself after some time.

If there are a lot of utensils to be cleaned; then, here are a few steps to save water .

STEPS TO SAVE WATER WHILE CLEANING

Step 1: Take a small basin full of water

Step 2 : Take another one more basin or vessel half full of water

Step 3 : Wash ( scrub) all the utensil with cleaning agent

Step 4 : Wash your hands off the cleaning agent.

Step 5 : Then take each utensil , wash them in the first basin , then wash them in the second basin and then keep them inverted onto a clean surface.

Step 6 : Next, take the next vessel , and do the same

Step 7: Repeat the same process till all the vessels are done.

After the entire process, the water can be poured into some pots in the kitchen garden if you have one.


Fifth : Clean the wall tiles with a sponge or towel dipped in diluted disinfectant.

Sixth : Wipe the worktop with a sponge dipped in disinfectant.

Seventh : sweep and then mop the floors clean.

Eighth : replace all the washed dried vessels onto their respective places. While replacing keep all the spoons together, all glasses together at one place, all plates at one plates and so.

Nineth : cleaning the Sink.

LAST CLEANING THE SINK OR WASHBASIN

Step 1: Remove all vessels from inside the sink if there are any.

Step 2 : Pour some kitchen cleaner onto the sides of the sink .

Step 3: Use a brush and scrub the sides of the sink and the inside of the side.

Step 4: Scrub the pipe including the handle.

Step5: Wash off all the cleaner from the sink and the pipe with water.

Tenth : You can also place a flower pot with some plants in it or a flower vase with some fresh flowers in it so as to bring in a pleasant atmosphere to your kitchen.

Then finally, sweep the kitchen floor and mob it clean.

These are some simple ways of keeping your kitchen clean and cleaning your kitchen can be done everyday after supper and before bed so that we can start with a clean kitchen the next day morning.

ALL SET TO PREPARE FOOD

So , once we have a clean kitchen, the next day morning we can start off preparing food with all the love and care we have for our family rather than worrying about a clean kitchen.


Note:

  • Keep all Prepared food covered with lids while cleaning.
  • While cleaning the stove , make sure the knob is closed and the burners are not too hot.
  • Do not mix the cleaners together as they are chemicals and they might react.
  • After cleaning the kitchen, wash the scrub and the sponge and let them dry.

CLEANING IN SHORT

CLEAN WORKTOPS
CLEAN STOVE
CLEAN SINK
REMOVE EVERYTHING FROM THE WPRKTOP
REMOVE EVERYTHING FROM THE STOVE
REMOVE ANYTHING CLOGGING THE SINK OUTLET
WIPE THE SURFACE WITH A WET TOWEL TO REMOVE ANY FOOD PARTICLE OR DEBRIS
LIFT THE DRIP PANS AND BURNER COVERS
POUR SOME KITCHEN CLEANER OR DILUTED DISHWASHER INTO THE SINK
WIPE THE SURFACE WITH A SPONGE DIPPED IN DILUTTED DISINFECTANT SURFACE CLEANER
WIPE THE SURFACE WITH A WET TOWEL TO REMOVE ANY FOOD PARTICLE OR DEBRIS
SCRUB ALL THE SURFACES GENTLY WITH A SINK BRUSH
WIPE THE SURFACE WITH A DRY TOWEL
POUR SOME DISHWASHER ONTO THE SURFACE OF THE STOVE ALONG WITH SOME WATER AND THEN SCRUB GENTLY IF THERE ARE PARTICLES ADHERING TO THE SURFACE
WASH OFF THE LATHER WITH RUNNING WATER
 
WIPE OFF THE LATHER WITH A WET TOWEL
 
 
WIPE THE SURFACE AND THE SIDES WITH A SPONGE DIPPED IN DILUTED DISINFECTANT
 
 
 
 

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    • Millionaire Tips profile image

      Shasta Matova 

      4 years ago from USA

      Oh I am getting tired just thinking about the cleaning the kitchen! There are a lot of steps but it certainly is so much nicer once it has been cleaned.

    • twoseven profile image

      twoseven 

      4 years ago from Madison, Wisconsin

      I agree - this is something that seems so simple, but a step by step guide is really useful! It made me realize ways that I am currently wasting time or being inefficient. And I have no time for that with two young children! Thanks for the helpful guide.

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      Thief12 

      4 years ago from Puerto Rico

      Wow, this could be useful to me :-D

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      JR Krishna 

      4 years ago from India

      Something we do every day. But you have described it in a nice ste by step manner.

      It is very easy to follow.

      Thanks for sharing

    • Denise Handlon profile image

      Denise Handlon 

      4 years ago from North Carolina

      A very useful hub, Nayana1 and one that was so detailed; it's obvious you spent a long time creating this. I voted up/U / I and will share it.

    • Nayana1 profile imageAUTHOR

      Nayana1 

      5 years ago from INDIA

      Thank you for the visit and the comment. Happy to know that you liked the topic. For me, cleaning kitchen used to be a big headache earlier when I initially started off with helping my mother.These were some simple steps that I picked up then.Any Suggestions and tips are welcome.

    • rebeccamealey profile image

      Rebecca Mealey 

      5 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

      You would be surprised how many people can benefit in a step-by step method to clean a kitchen, me included!

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