How to clean the kitchen right

Wipe the burners. Whether you have an electric stove or a gas cooker, it is necessary to clean the burners or plates regularly. Gas burners can be removed and hand cleaned with warm, soapy water.

If you are one of the people whose gas burners are safe for the dishwasher, then put them in after eliminating any excess food waste. If you have an electric stove, clean the plates with a damp sponge.

If the burner grid is made of a hard material, use a soft sponge. If it is not hard, you can use a scraper sponge or a stainless steel sponge for doing this.

Use a damp sponge and special liquid (or wipes) to remove any stains on the top of the range. As a general rule, spill a sponge as soon as you spill something on the stove to prevent the stains from drying out. It then becomes much more difficult to remove them.

Do the dishes next. Rinse your dirty dishes and place them in the dishwasher or wash them by hand. Make sure to first throw all the excess food waste through the garbage disposal to grind it up.

Whichever method you choose, do it before you start washing the sink. It would really suck to find you with a sparkling sink and a pile of gross dishes!

Clean the sink and under-sink cabinet next. To prevent the growth of mold and mildew, wash the sink with hot water and a sponge impregnated with washing-up liquid.

Clean and rinse the walls of the sink as well as the cupboard below to prevent water from leaking everywhere.