How clean is clean? When was the last time you inspected your kitchen? And I mean, really inspected it? Did you know that using the wrong cleaning products can leave your kitchen open to contamination because they just aren’t getting the job done right?
You also have to be careful making your own cleaners because mixing certain chemicals can cause reactions that can create toxicity. No, I am not here to scare you! I am here to help you by sharing my list of the top kitchen cleaning products that actually work.
Keeping a list of the best cleaning products around the house makes it easy for me, and it just makes sense.
Here’s my list of different categories of kitchen cleaning products and how they get the cleaning job done. With my suggestions, you should be able to customize your own cleaning supply list to suit your cleaning process and needs.
We will explore ways to remove dirt from food preparation surfaces in the kitchen, like counters, dishes, pans, pots, cutting boards, knives, utensils, pots and pans.
Here are some cleaning products I feel you must include in your cleaning kit to maintain a clean and healthy kitchen.
If you are anything like me, you love a greasy snack here and there. Grease solidifies, enabling the build-up of grime and dirt on cookware, bakeware, and worktops.
A degreaser makes getting rid of this build-up easier as it can lift grease from these kitchen surfaces. A good degreaser can easily remove fingerprints, oils and fluids that might be corrosive to your kitchen utensils and surfaces. Some degreasers even have deodorizing and disinf ecting properties for safe and hospitable kitchens.
Natural degreasers can be made using common household ingredients like vinegar and baking soda. Vinegar is a sanitizer capable of removing stains and grease, while baking soda is a gentle abrasive that helps remove stubborn stains and deodorizes. A mixture of the two makes the ideal degreaser for your kitchen surfaces….