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Tips for Cleaning Kitchen Appliances

They get grimy, dirty, smelly and in can be some of the dirtiest things in your home. What are they? Your kitchen appliances! But with some everyday household items and a little bit of elbow grease, your kitchen appliances can look and smell like new for many years to come.

To clean your dishwasher:

Regularly clean the seams and liner of your dishwasher this will help reduce bacteria buildup and improve its effectiveness.

Scour the inside of your dishwasher with a pad dipped in baking soda to remove residue and stains from the interior surface and crevices of your dishwasher.

Run a regular cycle of wash with lemonade. The ascorbic acid will help remove any remaining buildup, and leave your dishwasher smelling clean and fresh.

To clean your oven/range:

Loosen baked-on food inside your oven using a plastic spatula.

Use the juice from two squeezed lemons to clean your oven. Place the juice into an oven safe dish, throw in the lemon remains and bake 30 minutes at 250 degrees. Now you have a clean and fresh smelling oven.

To clean your refrigerator:

Clean your refrigerator monthly.

Remove all of the food from your refrigerator and discarding items that are aged or expired.

Create a paste from ½ cup of baking soda with 1 tbsp of vinegar. Apply the paste to a soft scouring pad, and scrub. Wipe away any residue with a damp sponge,

Vacuum the undercarriage of your fridge.

Wipe down the outside with warm water and vinegar.

Keep baking soda at the back of fridge to help keep it smelling fresh.

There is no need for fancy cleaning products the things you have around the house will do just fine.  Do you have any other tips for keeping your kitchen spic and span?