How to Clean Your Kitchen Appliances

To keep dirt and bacteria at bay, kitchen appliances should be thoroughly washed inside and out at least twice a year. Below are some of my recommendations; however, please refer to your owner’s manual for the manufacturer’s recommended method of cleaning your appliances, both inside and out. the site
Refrigeration unit
Take all out of the refrigerator and sort through it. Discard any expired or nearly empty food containers.
Remove the drawers and shelves now that the refrigerator is clean. Handle glass shelves with caution, particularly if your hands are wet. Use a mild soap, lukewarm water, and a pinch of baking soda to clean the shelves and drawers. (Baking soda dissolves oil and soil while also removing odours.)
Wipe down the interior of the refrigerator and freezer with the same solution you used to clean the shelves before reinstalling the shelves, drawers, and food.
Dishwashing machine
Place a coffee cup filled with vinegar in the dishwashing rack and wash it on the hottest water setting possible for a full cycle. If your dishwasher still smells bad, try sprinkling a cup of baking soda across the bottom of the tub and running it through the cycle again with the hottest water. If your dishwasher has a filter in the rim, remove it, rinse it, and thoroughly clean it.
Finally, use a gentle detergent to clean the dishwasher’s exterior. Also, don’t forget to clean the door’s top, bottom, and side edges.
Microwave oven
Remove the glass tray from the microwave and hand or dishwasher wash it. Use a mild dishwashing liquid, all-purpose cleaner, or a mild baking soda solution to clean the interior of the microwave.
If you’re having trouble getting rid of built-up soil, microwave a microwave-safe bowl containing 1 cup of water and 14 cup of vinegar for 2-3 minutes. Turn the microwave off and cover the bowl with the door closed for 15 minutes. Remove the bowl from the microwave and clean the inside once more. The dirt that has accumulated should now be easy to clean.

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