Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Chemical Free Ways To Clean Your Kitchen

Lately, Clorox wipes have been really popular for cleaning and disinfecting one's kitchen, but because of the tough fibers that the wipes are comprised of it is difficult for it to decompose.

Fibers of the wipes make this product difficult to decompose and biodegrade.

So, here are a few ways you can clean and disinfect your kitchen without harsh chemicals and tough "disposable" cloth.

Do you have a nasty grease and leftover sauces that's exploded onto the walls of your microwave?
Put a bowl of water into the microwave and heat it for 5-10 minutes.
The water will turn to steam and loosen the grease and unknown food stains. Take a rag and wipe clean.

Oil and grease getting stuck on your stove top? Hot water, baking soda, a scrubbing pad and elbow grease.

Just made dinner and had raw meat on your wooden cutting board? Rinse first with hot water, then pour salt and scrub with half a lemon. The acid from the lemon juice kills germs and the salt is a scrubbing abrasive that also disinfects. Rinse again with hot water.

I hope these chemical free ways of cleaning prove useful to you! Good luck!

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