Natural Kitchen Cleaning Techniques for the End of Tenancy

The kitchen is the dirtiest room in every home, no matter that some people say the bathroom is filthier. The cooking room gathers a lot more grime, and houses a lot more bacteria. People living on rent don’t take much cares of the kitchens in their rented properties and when they have to move out, it seems pretty hard for them to clean them.

Here are a few natural cleaning techniques from an end of tenancy cleaning London expert, which will certainly be of use to you:

  • Fridge cleaning – mix quarter cup baking soda with one cup water, and 6 drops rosemary essential oil. Dip a clean cloth in the solution and wipe the interior of your fridge with it. Wipe again with a dampen with white vinegar cloth, afterwards, and with a dry one in the end.
  • Microwave oven cleaner – mix half cup bread soda, four drops lemon essential oil, four drops thyme essential oil, and one tablespoon white vinegar. Combine the ingredients and stir until you get a paste. Put some of it on a soft clean cloth and rub the interior of your microwave with it. Wipe with a damp cloth, afterwards, and leave the appliance to dry naturally with the door open.
  • Oven cleaning – mix quarter cup borax, half cup bread soda and half cup salt, and add enough warm water to prepare a paste. Apply the solution to the sides, top and bottom of the interior of your oven, and leave it for at least an hour. Wipe with a soaked with white vinegar cloth, afterwards, and with a dry one in the end.
  • Sink cleaning – mix equal amounts bread soda and salt, and sprinkle the mixture evenly over the sink. Take a scrubber and rub hard until you remove all water marks, soap scum, and grime. Rinse with hot water. Tenancy cleaners from London advise that you wipe the sink with a cloth soaked with white vinegar, so that you can bring its original shine back.
  • Floor and counter-top cleaning – fill in a bucket with warm water and pour six cups white vinegar in it. Fill up a spray bottle with the solution and use it to clean the counter-tops. Mop the floors with what has left in the bucket.

October 2, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Home Improvement


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