No one would think or imagine eating food that had fallen into the toilet; well mind you that it wouldn’t be much cleaner if it fell into the kitchen sink.
Indeed, few of us disinfect the sink as often as a toilet bowl.
So, how to make sure your kitchen is impeccable and sanitized?
Here are some of our best suggestions:
A Fresh Refrigerator: Cleaning your refrigerator is not an easy task, but it does not necessarily take too much time. From the scrubbing brush to the stainless steel refrigerator doors, here’s how to clean your fridge in less than 20 minutes ( site in French ).
Disinfection operation: What is the safest method for cleaning oven handles, brushes, plastic utensils, refrigerator drawers, sink filters, and sponges?
Do not hesitate, fill your dishwasher.
Wipe and scrub: the sponge of your sink may be full of small critters. Instead, use Clorox or Windex cloths to clean your countertop and the top of your range, as well as the handles of the refrigerator, toaster, and microwave.
If you have a microwave/extractor hood flush above the oven, be sure to wipe the underside and wash the filters from the hood to the dishwasher once a month.
Microwave: Place a damp paper towel in your microwave oven for 3 minutes to soften the dirt, then wipe with a rag.
Oven fumes: Odors of fish or fat in your oven? Wipe the deposits with a vinegar-soaked cloth, then half-fill a baking dish with water, a teaspoon of vanilla extract, lemon juice or vinegar, then leave in the oven at low temperature for half an hour.
Do you prefer the self-cleaning option for your oven?
Maybe you should not.
Leaking the trash: Leave an open bag at the bottom of your garbage to avoid leaks, and rinse the trash once a month with soap and water. Make sure that you are grinding food waste with a garbage disposal unit every day to keep it from piling up.
You should also be composting this, as it’s good for the environment.