Kitchen Cleaning Shortcuts

5 Kitchen Cleaning Shortcuts

“I wish I could spend more time cleaning my kitchen,” said no one ever. Spend less time cleaning and more time enjoying your kitchen with these 5 kitchen cleaning shortcuts:

  • kitchen cleaning shortcut #1: The microwave

    Quickly clean your microwave by boiling a cup of water in a microwave-safe bowl for five minutes. After the timer goes off, keep the door closed for a few more minutes to loosen up the caked-on food so you can easily wipe it off with a Sparkle® paper towel. Bonus tip: Squeeze a lemon into the water first for extra cleaning power and a fresh-smelling kitchen, too.

  • Kitchen cleaning shortcut #2: stains

    Don’t accumulate a cluttered mess of specialty bathroom sprays. Simply stock one good multipurpose cleaner under the bathroom sink, next to a roll of Sparkle® paper towels. To make things even easier, you can mount a roll-holder inside the cabinet door. Spray the sink with cleaner and wipe away toothpaste dribbles and more in seconds.

  • Kitchen cleaning shortcut #3: Stuck-on food

    No need to spend time scrubbing. Simply soak a paper towel in some warm, soapy water, then lay it on top of stuck-on food for a few minutes. Then, you can easily wipe the food off the counter.

  • Kitchen cleaning shortcut #4: Faucets

    Make your faucets shine with a few drops of baby oil buffed on with a Sparkle® paper towel. The oil will resist water spots, bu ying you more time between shines! versions work just fine.

  • Kitchen cleaning shortcut #5: The garbage disposal

    Make your faucets shine with a few drops of baby oil buffed on with a Sparkle® paper towel. The oil will resist water spots, buying you more time between shines! versions work just fine.

*Article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens

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