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How to Deep Clean Your Kitchen

“Cleaning is no fun. It requires time investment, effort and obliges you to stick your fingers in a wide range of unsanitary spots. In any case, your kitchen is in urgent need of a decent spring cleaning. A thorough cleaning once a year prevents smells, greasy build up and creates a healthy environment to prepare food. Here are some smart tips to make your kitchen shine.”

Photo by http://www.livingwellspendingless.com/

Photo by http://www.livingwellspendingless.com/

Hopefully by now you are all enjoying the fruits of your Big Spring Clean labor and your home is now relatively dirt and clutter free.  Doesn’t it feel GOOD?

Of course if you are anything like me, there may be one room that looks tidy on the surface, but that is secretly haunting you behind closed cabinet doors.  It’s not that we don’t want to keep our kitchens neat and organized, but so often the hustle & bustle of every day life gets in the way.  We rush to put away groceries without bothering–or having time–to throw out the items no longer edible.  We open multiple packages of the same foods, then forget which one is still good.  In our haste to put the dishes away or get dinner on the table, we don’t spend quite as much time as we should putting things back in their proper place.

Before we know it, we are left with a mess!

The scariest part of conquering that kitchen chaos is not knowing where to begin.  There are just SO MANY areas that need attending to.  If we start, how will we ever finish?

Luckily today’s checklist breaks the whole process down for you, section by section, in a way that can be done all at once (if you really want to) or just a little at a time, without completely disrupting your life.  (And don’t worry, there is another darling printable checklist to keep you on track!)

 

Read more: http://www.livingwellspendingless.com/2013/03/27/how-to-deep-clean-the-kitchen/

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