Stubborn Grease on your Kitchen Appliances? Not So Stubborn Using This Amazing Method
If you have frustrating dirt and grease build up on some of your kitchen appliances, you will want to take a look at this "Cleaning Tip: Grease Removal From Kitchen Appliances." Sometimes it can be difficult to get certain areas of the kitchen as clean as we'd like, and this cleaning tip is sure to get you back on track.
If you have ever used a Magic Eraser, chances are you were pleased with it. It really is magic, and helps with al sorts of cleaning projects around the house, from getting splatters off kitchen appliances and getting walls white again. You can try all sort of cleaning ideas from using Dawn dish washing liquid, vinegar, baking soda, and rubbing alcohol, but it seems these don't always work, or they take way too much scrubbing power. You will be amazed when you try the Magic Eraser for your grease removal kitchen cleaning, it really works, just get it work and start scrubbing and you'll see the grease disappear. You can then use a microfibre cloth to wipe clean the mess, buff the kitchen appliances and get everything shining again. What sorts of cleaning projects do you use your Magic Eraser for?
If you are a busy mom, and you find it difficult to keep on top of your cleaning tasks around the house, you'll want to take a look at this site. The site really has the best cleaning tips and there are even downloadable calendars where you can design a cleaning schedule of your own, one that will have you getting your house clean without spending too much time on it every day.This blog is created by Kim, a self proclaimed cleaning guru and the writer of A Real-Life Housewife. She enjoys sharing her cleaning how-toís, household tips and tricks, a little bit of crafting, and life with kids. This is a blog on modern domesticity. She hopes hope she can help and inspire you to run a more efficient and clean household. When you look through this website you will want to start by browsing through the section on cleaning how to's, then set up a customized cleaning schedule to fit your lifestyle with her fillable cleaning calendar. There is also a latest tips and tricks section on the site you'll want to take a peek at. Some of the things you will find on the site include microwave cleaning made easy, how to remove spilled wax, vinegar cubes and other discoveries, how to clean your blender the fast and easy way, a dusting cleaning tip, shining glassware cleaning tips, the organically clean home, DIY window cleaner recipe, how to get dried paint out of clothes.
Keeping on top of your cleaning takes a little bit of organizing and the printable calendars on this site can definitely help, or you can also print up a calendar on your own, and organize yourself a cleaning schedule, it's a great idea. For your cleaning tasks you will have them organized into daily, weekly, monthly and yearly tasks. Some examples of daily tasks include making beds, washing dishes, wiping off the counter, wiping out the sinks, sweeping and vacuuming. For weekly tasks you may have dusting, mopping, cleaning bathrooms, doing laundry, cleaning the fridge, and cleaning the sink. For monthly cleaning tasks you may include washing the windows and mirrors, washing out and disinfecting the trash cans, washing out the interior of the fridge, cleaning the baseboards, and cleaning the oven, and disinfecting the light switches in the house.
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