Do not forget to clean your drip pan every at least once a year. If your appliances aren’t working or have a problem, think about appliance repair to ensure that your appliances look like new.
Sanitize Cutting Boards
Your cutting boards should be clean and thoroughly cleaned. In order to get rid of any remnants, start by cleaning your cutting boards by using hot soapy water. Follow that with the scrub brush along with some sandpaper. Spray them then with a sanitizing solution and allow them to air dry. If you want to ensure that your wood looks brand new, use a special oil or cleaner for the job.
If you own a wood cutting board, then you’ll want to apply a safe mineral oil every month. This will help keep moisture from your cutting board and also prevent bacteria growth.
To provide plastic cutting board a clean finish, use a food safe sanitizing product.
Make Your Home Clean Sink
It is possible to keep your sink running and looking good through regular cleaning. This guide to kitchen sanitation will show you how to wash the faucet as well as your sink. Utilize a sponge, or a moist cloth to wash the faucet and sink.
Next, grab a toothbrush and scrub the kitchen sink’s corners and tight areas. It will remove any grime and buildup which may have remained by washing dishes. Next, clean the sink and faucet using an ointment or sponge to clean any leftover residue.
You can remove the aerator If you’re experiencing problems in the water pressure. This should remove any accumulated sediment or lime scale that may block your water flow.
Eliminate the scum underneath your sink
If you have plumbers visiting for plumbing repairs one of the essential things to consider in your kitchen’s sanitation checklist is to ensure that the space under your sink clean. Start by removing all ite