Next, you must clean your countertops. Clean the counters with a wet cloth or paper towel, to clean any dirt on the surface, then move on to scrubbing using a multi-purpose cleaner or special kitchen sanitizer. If, for instance, you own natural stone or quartz countertops, it is recommended make use of a special cleaner that doesn’t harm the counter. Be sure to rinse and dry your counters after cleaning. This will aid in preventing the build-up of.
In addition, never use the use of abrasive cleaning products or sponges while making your kitchen counters. These tools can scratch off the surface of your counters and weaken the sealant they are protected by and lead to the growth of bacteria as well as others issues.
Make sure to clean your appliances
You should also clean out your kitchen appliances , as they could be breeding grounds for bacteria and germs. Begin by cleansing the exterior of your kitchen appliances using an all-purpose cleaning product, or use a specific kitchen cleaner. It is recommended to use stainless steel cleaner to clean stainless steel appliancesas well as glass cleaners to wash glass surfaces.
Moving on to the interior of your appliance. For removing grease from the stovetop you will need an all-purpose cleaner, scrub brush or sponge. If you have a freezer or fridge ensure that you throw all food items that are expired and afterwards, clean cabinets and shelves using the help of a moist cloth. Also, it is recommended to vacuum the condenser coils and clean the drip pan every at least once per year. Repairing your appliance is an option when the appliances aren’t working or seem to be worn out.
Sanitize Cutting Boards
It’s equally important to keep the cutting boards fresh and clean. To remove all residue, first clean your cutting board using hot soapy water. Next use scrub brushes and a Sanitizing solutions. Next, spray them with a solution for sanitization and allow them to dry. In order to maintain your wood’s appearance good, you can employ a special oil cleaner.