5 Ways to eliminate bad sells in the kitchen
Keeping the kitchen clean and free of any dirt seems to be an easy job on day one of living in a new house. But as time passes, this area of the house often gets neglected in terms of getting a thorough and detailed clean up not only because the household gets comfortable with the “order in chaos” it presents, but also due to the lack of time, especially by mums.
While it’s quite easy to make the kitchen visually appealing through proper organisation, implementation of the new layout, purchase of accent pieces, or through cabinet refacing – it is another, more challenging task to ensure that it does not smell bad. Unfortunately, this happens in most kitchens, where moisture from the sinks, smoke and heat from the stove and oven, and the crumbs and filth build up over time due to day to day food preparation done in this space.
We all know that kitchen tends to smell sometimes but leaving it that way can have an aggravating impact not only on the daily kitchen routine of the mums but also on the overall well-being of the household as well as of the guests. It’s a fact that the modern kitchen is no longer just a place for food preparation; it has already evolved into a gathering place where the family and friends can enjoy time together.
If the kitchen does not smell clean at all, mums would not only lose the spirit to cook hearty meals for their family, but they would also not be able to spend special moments in the so-called “heart of the home”.
Fortunately, there are some simple and actionable insights that even the busiest mum can execute to make sure that their kitchen always smells great. To give the busy mums out there with more insights, here are the key takeaways of the infographic below from Mr. Cabinet Care, which shares to us some tips to get rid of that awful smell in the kitchen:
- Putting an open box of baking soda in the fridge.
- Using a lemon juice.
- Keeping the ventilation going.
- Regularly dispose your sponges.
- Clean as you cook.
To learn more about these tips and how they can help keep your kitchen smelling fresh and clean, check out the full infographic below.