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post #21 of Old 09-13-2018, 09:36 AM
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Good advice! Very helpful.
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so much advice I did not even know
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so much advice I did not even know
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Very useful, Thanks!
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Hi! I would love some tips on kitchen cleaning! I am a housewife and my husband gets mad sometimes because he finds a little grease in the stove, I don't blame him, he is just way too perfectionist, a really admirable man, he is able to give us everything we ask for in life, expensive cars, houses, beach houses, yachts so I just think it is fair that as perfect as he is, I am also as perfect as possible, so I would love some advice on how to get rid of those pesky grease stains in stoves, thank you!
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Hey Jasper

How to clean Kitchen ?
  1. Gather all of your needed supplies together

    What You’ll Need:
    • Trash container.
    • Basket for stuff that does not belong in the kitchen.
    • Dish soap.
    • Other cleaners you normally use.
    • Dishrag or sponge.
    • Scrubber for stuck on food.
    • Broom, mop, or vacuum.
  2. Run a sink of hot, soapy water.
  3. Scrape off all the dishes into the trash or garbage disposal.
  4. Place dishes that need to soak into the water.
  5. While the dishes are soaking, go through the kitchen clearing out trash from your floor, countertop, cupboards, etc.
  6. Move on to gathering all the items that do not belong in the kitchen. Put all these items into a basket
  7. Put away all of the items that belong in the kitchen but are not in their proper places.
  8. Load the dishwasher or wash by hand
  9. Wash down your countertop, appliances, and sink.
  10. Sweep and mop, or vacuum.
  11. Take out the trash



which product best to use to remove stains?

Thanks for the detail information...

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post #28 of Old 10-22-2019, 04:48 AM
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There's some good information in here. I use some of these tips when I clean other people's kitchens.
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post #29 of Old 10-22-2019, 05:02 AM
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Also be sure to clean your kitchen everyday so the germs and mold don't slowly grow.
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