Spring is here and as you do your Spring Cleaning, we wanted to pass on some helpful tips to use all year in your kitchen.
Kitchens are arguably one of the most used areas of any home. Food is prepared, lunches are made and meals are eaten in the kitchen. The family pet may even eat and drink in the kitchen.
With all the activity, keeping the kitchen clean can be a challenge. Hiring a Maid Service or House Cleaner is definitely an option that keeps your kitchen clean and germ free. But, not everyone wants to hire a maid service. And some may just want to keep their kitchen in better shape between house cleanings. For those individuals we have some tips on keeping your kitchen germ free.
1. Change Your Cutting Board
Your cutting board is used for meat, vegetables and other foods that can leave germs. Instead of a wood cutting board, use a hard plastic cutting board to help lower the amount of germs in your kitchen.
2. Clean Your Sink
The sink gets all the bits of food left on meal plates. Microfiber is a great way to keep your sink clean. Ninety-nine point nine percent of bacteria can be removed by agitation.
3. Don’t Do Any Unnecessary Rinsing
Don’t rinse chicken or other meats in the sink. It will only spread germs and the meat won’t taste any better because it was washed.
4. Clean Behind The Fridge
Regularly clean your refrigerator coils and keep the temperature around 37 degrees F.
House cleaning isn’t always a fun task, but keeping one of the most trafficked areas of your house clean is important.
If you are looking for a maid service or house cleaner in the Rockwall area, contact us today for more information.