Cleaning is a chore for some of us. On one hand, we don’t feel like doing it, but on the other hand, we don’t want to live in a dirty environment either.
This is a pain especially when you think about cleaning the kitchen and you don’t want to – let’s say you’re having one of your lazy days.
Now, if you are like me who don’t eat out too often then most likely you usually find yourself cleaning the kitchen several times during the day.
Now I can’t promise to make the pain go away but using these tips, you will be able to clean your kitchen easier and quicker.
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for Lazy People: Use A Degreaser
Getting rid of grease can be tough especially without a degreaser. In fact, without a degreaser, more effort is required to get rid of grease.
There are many degreasers available on the market but baking soda, lime juice, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide can be used as degreasers.
However, the choice is based on your preference and overall what’s best for your household.
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for Lazy People: Don’t Be Scare To Use Bleach
Using bleach can be scary especially when you are wearing colorful clothing plus the scent of certain brands can be overwhelming.
However, bleach is very useful in the kitchen – it helps remove stains, it sanitizes and deodorizes but before you go crazy with the bleach be careful – use in moderation.
In fact, always read the instructions on the label to ensure you are using it the right way.
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for Lazy People: Don’t Be Stingy With The Dishwashing Liquid
Sometimes you just need to use a little extra dishwashing liquid to help you get rid of that tough grease quicker especially if you didn’t use a degreaser.
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for Lazy People: Presoak Dirty Dishes
Presoaked dirty dishes are easier and quicker to clean. Therefore, if you absolutely hate washing dishes plus you don’t use a dishwasher definitely presoak them before washing.
You will be amazed by how quick and easy washing dishes will be.
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for Lazy People: Hit Everybody Spot
Remember you must thoroughly clean everywhere for your kitchen to be genuinely clean. Therefore, don’t forget your cabinet doors, countertops, floors, stove, microwave, refrigerator, and kitchen gadgets.
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for Lazy People: Use The Sweep Mop Combination
You can’t forget the floor when you are cleaning the kitchen. Make sure you sweep first to get any type of dust and crumbles out of your way then mop the floor to finish the job.
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for Lazy People: Clean While And After Cooking
You’re already working in the kitchen anyway, why not clean up at the same time?
You can always come back later but when later comes around you still probably not going to want to clean the kitchen.
So you might as well get it out of the way.
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for Lazy People: Put Your Food Up
Nobody wants to eat food that been sitting out all day and night for multiple reasons. You run the risk of the food going bad, bugs can get into the food, etc.
Usually, when the food goes bad it will have your entire kitchen smelling funky.
Therefore, put your food up. However, if you put the food up and it still goes bad then throw it away in the dumpster immediately before the smell attracts bugs.
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for Lazy People: Wash Your Hands Often
While you are cooking you could be making a massive mess and don’t realize it until it is too late.
This happens easily if you have food/seasoning/sauce/grease on your hands and you touch everything in the kitchen without cleaning your hands.
The solution to this problem is to wash your hands often while you are cooking.
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for Lazy People: Double Check For Grease
Grease can be sneaky. The dish or surface may look clean, but as soon as you touch it there maybe grease on your finger.
Therefore, presoak if you must, use a degreaser, don’t be stingy with the dishwashing liquid, and wash or wipe thoroughly.
Kitchen Cleaning Tips for Lazy People: Ask For Help
If you’re not the only one using the kitchen you shouldn’t be the only one cleaning it. Therefore, don’t be afraid to ask for help. After all, it’s only fair – helping is caring.