Tips on how to clean the kitchen appliances

Dirty Secrets for Smart Kitchen Cleaning Appliances with Handy Solutions!

Almost every cleaner from the Get Set Clean team has heard it at least once – “I can’t take it anymore, I’m just tired of scrubbing my kitchen appliances and feel like going nowhere! Maybe you have a better way of doing it.

As usual, practice and creative thinking can make a huge difference when it comes to handling the house cleaning chores with less effort and more visible results. If there’s one thing that many of our first-time clients don’t know, it has to do with the following tips on how to clean the kitchen appliances the smart way.

For the speckled microwave oven…

Wet some paper towels, place them inside, and turn it on for a few minutes. When it stops, let it sit for a little longer, until the towels are no longer hot, and use it to wipe the interior. You can repeat the process by placing inside a cup with a 50-50 water and lemon solution and let it run to freshen up the interior.

For the sticky vent hood filter…

A simple mixture of hot water and Borax substitute, where you soak the filter for several minutes might surprise you. Take the vent hood filter out, put it in the sink, and give it a good rinse with cold water to wash away all the grime.

For the brownish coffee pot…

Fill the pot with ice (about a quarter), squeeze in juice from a half of lemon, and drizzle two tablespoons of coarse salt. Keep swirling the pot for a few minutes and, when you finally rinse it, the water will wash away all the coffee traces.

For the greasy stove grates…

There are plenty of effective stove cleaners out there, but if you’re looking for the heavy artillery, the humble ammonia will exceed all your expectations. You can use it alone, for an overnight treatment, or you can combine it with your favourite cleaning solution and obtain enhanced results.

For the stubborn calcium build-up…

The hard to clean kitchen faucets will soon be history if you learn this trick with the de-scaler bag sealer. Use your special solution by pouring it in a plastic bag and tie it around the faucet spout. Let it sit like that for a few minutes, untie, rinse, and check the results.

For the frosted sink…

Suffices to sprinkle an even layer of baking soda, grab an old toothbrush (make sure it’s a different toothbrush than the one we were suggesting you use in our previous article with bathroom cleaning tips) and start scrubbing in circles. Let the water drip so you can soak the baking soda and make it more like a paste. It shouldn’t take long until your stainless-steel sink will get back its shine.


That’s it for now, but we’ll be back with more tips on kitchen appliances cleaning. If you know these tricks but you’re just too busy to put them into practice, book a session with one of the Get Set Clean expert cleaners and we’ll take care of it while you focus on the things that matter more!

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