Make Your Kitchen Cleaning Faster and Easier
Odds are, it’s the most frequently used room in your house, and filled with common messes we all struggle with. When it comes to kitchen cleaning, we’re always looking for better, faster, and easier ways to get the job done.
Conquer your kitchen by following these quick fixes; it’s time to make the most out of your time cleaning!
Hard to Reach Crevices
Take a peek around your kitchen: you’ll notice dust, grease, and stuck on food clinging to baseboards, cabinets, and on the walls. To conquer this mess, start from the top and work your way down with the hose attachment of your vacuum cleaner. Scrape up hard to clean food remains with your Scrigit-Scraper; its strategically designed edges can reach into cabinet tracks, the corners of your kitchen counters and baseboards, and more. Loosen up dried on foods & grease by applying a damp paper towel to the end of the tool; you’ll have the residue removed in no time.
While the attachments that come with most vacuum cleaners are handy, the hard plastic material doesn’t allow for much flexibility. Finish off the job by shaping a toilet paper tube over the end of your vacuum cleaner’s hose attachment – this simple fix will give you flexible reach to suck up all of the gunk you’ve just loosened, no matter what shape the cranny.
Clean Out Your Fridge
The one appliance that never gets a break, it’s destined to be consumed with old food, dried on spills, and a variety of odors you’d like to forget. A freshly cleaned refrigerator promises to keep food fresher, so it’s important to maintain the cleanliness of this machine.
First thing’s first, get rid of the food you should have thrown away long ago. Check expiration labels, and throw away all open containers over 2 weeks old. Wipe up any spills that haven’t had the chance to dry, and use your Scrigit-Scraper to scrape off the dried remnants that linger. Make sure everything that goes back in the fridge is immaculate; Scrigit away the gunk stuck on jars, salad dressing bottles, and containers before storing them.
Restore shine and remove odors by wiping the interior with a mixture of 2 tablespoons baking soda and 1 quart hot water, then dry with a clean towel. Pro Tip: Don’t use soap or detergent, they’ll leave behind a scent your food will absorb!
Scrub Your Stove
Grease drips and crumbs are certain to gather in the space between your stove and countertop. As part of your kitchen cleaning, grab your Scrigit-Scraper to loosen and remove the crumbs, then follow up with a cloth dipped in warm, soapy water to sweep out anything that remains.
If you have a range hood with a fan, scrub off the greasy film using a de-greasing kitchen spray cleaner or a solution of dishwashing liquid and water. Clean the filter at least every six months. Metal mesh filters can be cleaned in the dishwasher. If you have a carbon filter instead of a metal one, replace with a new filter as needed.
Reach into tough nooks where food loves to linger by using your Scrigit-Scraper on and around the burners of the stove. A de-greasing cleaning solution and a cloth or scrubber sponge will easily wipe away any mess that remains, so you can get back to cooking the food your family loves.
Life happens, and odds are it’s going to involve your kitchen. We’re sure that these few must-know kitchen cleaning tips with the use of your Scrigit-Scraper will make sure your messes disappear in no time, so you can stop sweating the small stuff!Share on
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