You may think it’s a trivial matter to read about cleaning, but what if you could save more time just by learning how to clean your kitchen quickly and more efficiently.
How to clean your kitchen fast?
Kitchens are the heart of every home. As a result, there’s always something to clean up! I have come to hate messy kitchens over time, so it’s the first place I tend to start when cleaning the entire house. My tip for you is this: get into a regular cleaning routine each week, and find that keeping things in order is much easier and cleaner for longer! Make sure your checklist includes several general and specific tasks that help keep your kitchen from getting out of control. If you’ve got no time to dedicate to kitchen maintenance, don’t despair – we can show you the most time-efficient way to clean.
Make sure you have everything you need on hand and in good working order before you begin to work! Leaving something out of the supply closet that should be easily accessible will only cause frustrating distractions, leaving you feeling bothered. I usually try to use green or eco-friendly cleaning products as much as possible.
Our list of items to have:
● microfiber cleaning cloth (try kitchen microfiber cloth)
● all-purpose spray
● dish soap/dishwasher detergent
● scrub brush for dishes
● broom/dustpan or vacuum
Ensure your kitchen sink is full of soapy water and any dirty dishes you plan on washing by hand are submerged. The plates and bowls that don’t require hand-washing can go straight into the dishwasher.
While the dishes soak, spray the counters with a multipurpose cleaner and wipe them down with a clean washcloth. Spray the stovetop, then wipe it down with the same cloth you used on the counter.
Moving along, pluck up all the items you see that don’t belong in the kitchen. Put them into a basket and send them to their rightful home – the pantry or wherever they go.
Return to the dishes that needed to be hand washed and give them a good scrubbing. Take the clean ones, rinse with clean water, and air dry them on a drying rack or towel.
Finally, sweep, or vacuum the floors to eliminate any crumbs. Once a week, mop the floors in your kitchen at the end of your usual cleaning routine.
Once every month, take a moment to wipe down any appliance’s front and cabinet doors to remove fingerprints, dust build-up, or smudges.
Check the trash. If it is full, or you know that trash collection will be taking place tomorrow, take out the garbage and line your container accordingly to prepare it for collection.
And hey presto! You’re done. Your kitchen is spick and span now. That’s exactly how you should clean your kitchen.