kitchen. Sunday , October 15th , 2017 - 19:00:39 PM
The kitchen is full of appliances that add heat to the home. Hot air surrounds the refrigerator, oven, microwave, and dishwasher. All that can add up to a kitchen that is nearly unbearable for cooking in the summertime. A simple solution is the addition of a ceiling fan. When run in the counterclockwise direction, the blades will circulate the air. Moving air feels cooler than stagnant air; so, this gentle breeze will almost instantly cool the room down when cooking. In the event that you do need to warm up your kitchen, you can save on heating bills by turning your fan to the clockwise setting. This will push warm air downward where it can be felt rather than letting it rise to the ceiling where it can do no good.
The best daily cleaning practise in a busy kitchen may not prevent build-up of grease and other residues either at high level, in hard to reach areas or in the nooks and crannies under or behind large, heavy appliances and work tables.
Cleaning the appliance is good way to fully deep clean your kitchen. For the fridge, begin by emptying every shelves and toss away any food pasted its prime and give each shelf a good wipe. My tip to neutralize the odor is to keep an open baking soda box inside and freezer. Cleaning the microwave and the oven and tea kettle canbe so tough, but dont worry because you can apply my tricks for a less energy-consuming process. Putting a wet cotton towel and microwave it for 3 to 5 minutes on high temperature. The steam from the towel help to soften the grime, then you can use that towel to wipe the interior. The oven racks wont be so hard to scrub if you put it in warm and soapy water first. Then dispose any crumbs in the oven to complete the task of cleaning appliances.
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