Kitchen Tips – Clean Counter Top Grill and Divide Drawers Easily

That George Foreman countertop grill is ideal for low fat cooking, cleanup is another story. Even though countertop grills may be labeled as ‘non-stick’, burnt on grease and bits of food still stick and create a hard-to-clean mess. And while you are looking for the right lid, the pot on the stove boils over and creates another kitchen mess. Solve these problems with these easy kitchen tips.

Clean Counter Top Grill
Here are some cleaning Brent Cross tips to clean that messy counter top grill with ease and speed – Immediately after using, unplug the grill and pour off any excess grease or food debris. Lay three sheets of damp paper towel across the grill surface (between the grill plates) while the grill is still warm and close the lid. As you enjoy your grilled food, the hot metal and damp paper towels will create steams that will loosen all grease and food particles on the grill. After the meal, all you have to do is wipe the grill surface clean with a paper towel.

Easy Drawer Divider
How much time do you waste looking for the right lid to fit a pot or bowl? We will not admit how time was wasted in the kitchen before installing these easy kitchen drawer dividers which keep lids organized and at your finger tips.

Use small, round tension rods designed for window curtains as kitchen drawers dividers. Place three of four tension rods near the center of a deep drawer to create spaces that will hold pot and bowls lids. Create separate spaces of different sized lids, stand the lids on the sides in the spaces and you will be able to find them in a flash when needed.

Following these tips will ease your household chores and you will be able to save some time which you can spend with your family and friends. And remember, regular cleaning saves time and efforts as well as your home budget. You will not need to call professional cleaning Ealing to get rid of all the dirty residues any more.


November 9, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning

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Lisa Header is a housewife who really doesn't like cleaning. That is why she always looks for tips to ease the cleaning process and doesn't mind to share them with other people.

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  1. kristoffersava

    For a sparkling white kitchen sink, place paper towels across the bottom of your sink and saturate with household bleach. Leave for an hour or so. Scrub and rinse.

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