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Baytec Containers Posting Page
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Kitchen and other parts of the house need to be cleaned daily. However, seasonal big cleaning should be scheduled, too, to wipe out those hidden parts that were missed to clean. Here are some tips to clean your kitchen this summer.

Prepare a pail of cleaning utilities
Have a pail to contain your cleaning products. You can choose whatever pail size you want and fill it in with cleaning products – organic or homemade preferable.

Buy non-toxic cleaning products
Always check the cleaning products you buy whether it contains toxic or not. Don't buy it if they do. You might not feel it when you use these products, but the environment will. The water you mix the products with will end up in the sewer, to the rivers and even in the grounds. This pollutes the habitat and living organisms. In the long run, we will get the negative result of this act. We may eat food produces that grow in polluted land or fishes from polluted water.

Use some household things that can be used for cleaning
Things like baking soda, distilled white vinegar and lemon juice are great kitchen products that can be used for cleaning. Baking soda has a great scrubbing power without making scratches on to delicate surfaces. While the vinegars and lemon juice will make great deodorant and bleach. Mix equal parts of vinegar and water, put it in a spray bottle, and use it to clean your windows.

Stock cleaning tools
You will need cleaning tools like sponges, rubber gloves, bottle brushes, microfiber cloths and scrub brushes to put in the pail. Toothbrushes will also help to clean smaller, narrower parts that are not easy to reach with normal scrub brushes.

With the pail full of cleaning kits and products, you are now ready to clean your kitchen and other parts of the house. Put back everything once you are done cleaning in the dedicated pail and take it out when you need to do the cleaning again next time. Practical!

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Blogger Dave Smith said...

After reading this blog i would like to use this product in my kitchen.
kitchen bins

February 25, 2013 at 8:37 AM  

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