Cleaning the kitchen is costly and troublesome. The detergents on the market are getting expensive and many people are allergic to chemical detergents. If you don’t use detergents, those stains are difficult to clean in the kitchen. It will always become a big problem for hygiene.
In fact, most kitchen stains that are particularly difficult to handle can actually use environmentally friendly cleaning methods which not only reduce damage to the environment but also do not affect health.
Here’s I will show you how to clean with vinegar and baking soda.
Everyone must have seen a lot of suggestions. Most of them are white vinegar baking soda Although it looks simple, these things are really useful and can be applied to most kitchen cleaning activities through different blending ratios.
Below I will specifically talk about how to use these two effective substances for cleaning under certain circumstances.
Tip 1: Clean The Nonstick Cookware
The non-stick cookware is very useful but its coating is relatively easy to damage if you use abrasive material or steel ball. In fact, it is convenient to clean the pots. In most cases, just use water to rinse it or wipe it with paper towels. The oil will not stick to the bottom of the pot.
If there are some dirty things stick to the bottom of the pot, just pour some vinegar in it for a while and then clean it up. The weak acidity contained in vinegar does not cause any harm to the non-stick pan.
Tip 2: Clean The Oil
Sometimes if you put too much oil during cooking. The oils may spill out onto the cooktop. The edge of the pot is a difficult place to clean because the pot is very large, it is difficult to put the whole pot in the sink.
If the water is flushed directly to the pot, it will splash directly onto the floor and you need to clean the floor. In fact, it is very simple to clean the edge of the pot. When you find the oil stains, take a rag and pour some vinegar on it, and then you can wipe it off quickly.
Tip 3: Clean a Burnt
If the oil is not enough during cooking, or if the fire is too big, the food may be burnt and stick on the bottom. It will stick tightly to the bottom and it will be difficult to remove it. It also comes with oil stains.
At this time it is recommended to use vinegar and sugar. Mix the two substances together. Put some water and then heat to boiling because sugar can absorb some oil. Then you can clean it easily.
Tip 4: Remove The Smell Of The Pan
The smell of onions or peppers will remain in the pot for a while. If you cook soup after that, it will affect the quality and the taste of the soup.
How can you solve it? The answer is still vinegar. This is a magical thing in the kitchen that has an infinite possibility. You can remove this odor directly by putting some vinegar for a while. Although the taste of vinegar is also very strong, this taste does not last too long.
Tip 5: Clean The Kitchen
Sprinkle baking soda in the kitchen stove for about 5 minutes. Then wipe off the oil with a damp cloth. If you have to handle the oil that has been for a long time, just sprinkle the baking soda and then spray the white vinegar. After 5 minutes, you can wipe it to remove the stubborn dirt easily.
The same method can use to handle other areas such as bathrooms.
Tip 6: Clean The Microwave Oven
About 100 ml of baking soda water is placed in the microwave oven. Then turn it on one minute and take the bowl out. Wipe the steam off by a damp cloth.
Then put 100 ml of white vinegar and turn it one for one minute again. Take the bowl out. You will find the food odor in the microwave oven is also gone! It’s also applicable to the oven.
You can also put a cup of baking soda in the microwave for a night It can remove the same smell after the next day.
The baked baking soda can be reused! (Aluminum products are not suitable for baking soda )
Tip 7: Sterilize The Countertop
After the dining table is cleaned, spray white vinegar water for 10 minutes, then dry it and cause disinfection function.
Tip 8: Sterilize The Refrigerator
Refrigerator cleaning every week is also suitable to use baking soda water and then wipe it with white vinegar for the last disinfection.
Tip 9: Clean The Clothes
The soy sauce and coffee stains in the clothes can be removed by baking soda and white vinegar.
Normally, it is to sprinkle baking soda on the collar, cuffs and other dirty areas, spray white vinegar water for about 20-30 minutes before brushing. Next, use normal laundry detergent to clean and run a general washing program.
If the child is particularly dirty after playing, soak the clothes in the hot water for about 6 hours with the detergent + baking soda.
Next, use normal laundry detergent to clean and run a general washing program.
Tip 10: Clean The Washing Machine
Clean the washing machine every month is very simple. Add a baking soda into the washing machine and filled with water. Start the washing machine for about 5 minutes. Turn off the switch and let it overnight. The dirt in the washing machine will appear on top of the water. Then run another washing program.
Tip 11: Get Rid Of The Smell
Use a cup of baking soda in the closet, refrigerator, bathroom cabinet. It can dehumidification and remove the smell. (The pudding cup is very good!)
The baking soda for the shoe cabinet can fill in the old socks.
Tip 12: Clean The Showerhead
The showerhead is easy to become a hotbed of germs, if it is not cleaned for a long time, the bacteria may invade the human body with water, causing dry itchy skin. Experts say that the shower should be cleaned at least half a year.
Prepare a plastic bag that is slightly larger than the shower. Fill it with white vinegar. Tie the plastic bag to the shower and soak the shower in white vinegar for one night. Remove the bag the next morning and rinse the remaining white vinegar with water.
Tip 13: Clean The Toilet
Prepare a half cup of vinegar, add a tablespoon of soda powder. Pour it into the toilet for about 20 minutes. Then wipe it and clean every week. It is simple and convenient.
When cleaning the toilet seat, make a juice of a lime or a lemon, a cup of vinegar and a glass of water. Pour it into the spray bottle. Spray on the dirt for 5-10 minutes, and then scrub thoroughly.
Tip 14: Clean The Bathroom Sink
The sink of the bathroom is the easiest to proof that your bathroom is clean or not. After a long time of use, the metal and ceramics at the bottom of the basin will have rust stains.
Put the right amount of salt into the same amount of vinegar, heat, and stir. Soak the soft cloth into the mixture. Then place it on the rust for half an hour. Then use a rough cloth to scrub.
Tip 15: Clean The Floor
Baking soda is an important element of environmentally friendly cleaning. When cleaning the floor, dissolve the baking soda with warm water. Add lemon juice to make the smell fresher, then wipe the floor as usual.
Tip 16: Clean The Bathtub
Vinegar is the “killer” of mold. Dilute the vinegar with a little water. Pour it into the spray bottle. Spray it in the shower and the bathtub. Wait 10 minutes, then wipe it with a damp cloth. Clean it every week is enough.
Tip 17: Clean The Sliding Door Of The BathRoom
Add a small amount of white vinegar to a cup of baking soda. Stir it into a paste. Then brush onto the sliding door, and let the paste stay on the door for 1 hour.
Then wipe the baking soda with a rag. Rinse it with clean water and then dry it with a dry rag.
Tip 18: Clean The Shower Curtain
Put the shower curtain in the washing machine regularly. Add a cup of vinegar and environmentally friendly laundry detergent or washing powder in the washing machine.
Put a large old towel inside while cleaning. The old towel will wash the shower curtain like a soft brush and make the soap stain and mold say goodbye.
Tip 19: Remove The Scale From The Soap
Mix the detergent with baking soda and mix it into a paste. Apply the paste to the dirt and clean it with a hard brush to remove the scum.
Tip 20: Remove The Smell Of The Refrigerator
Put baking soda in the refrigerator to effectively remove odor.
Principle: The odor of the refrigerator is mainly caused by volatile organic acids and alkalis produced by the deterioration of the food. For example, the deteriorated meat and milk will decompose the short-chain fatty acids (with acid taste), and the spoiled fish will volatilize. A highly basic amine compound (with a bad smell), baking soda can react with these substances to form a volatile sodium salt, which absorbs odor.
Tip 21: Natural Polish
After using the kitchen utensils for a long time, it will become dull. Just mix white vinegar with the flour.
A paste was prepared by mixing 1 teaspoon of salt, half a cup of white vinegar and enough flour. After applying it to the metal, wait 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water and polish the metal with a soft fiber cloth. The kitchen utensils are as new as the original.
Tip 22: Moldy Bathroom Tiles
The bathroom tiles are always mildewed and dark. Cleaned it with bleach, it will be mildewed one week later.
Spray a proper amount of vinegar on the tiles. Then clean it with a scrub sponge with baking soda. Then wait 20 minutes and rinse with water.
Tip 23: Clean The Coffee In The Carpet
You bought a superb apricot carpet last week and accidentally poured the coffee on the carpet this morning (crying). Don’t worry.
Sprinkle baking soda on the stain first. Then spray a proper amount of vinegar. Wipe with a sponge, and then remove excess material with a vacuum cleaner.
Repeat the above steps until the carpet changes back to the original.
Tip 24: Unblock The Drain
Whether it is a bathroom or a kitchen, you can pour 1/4 cup baking soda and half a cup of white vinegar. Wait 3-5 minutes and then rinse with hot water to keep the drain clear. Remember this is a way to prevent siltation.
The principle is that vinegar is a kind of acid, and combing baking soda is a kind of alkali. Even if the two are not active, the mixing will still occur in the middle and the hair, and will also release a lot of heat. It also reacts with the surrounding organic matter. The mechanism is the same, just that everything happens less intensely, but it just happens to be what we need.
Tip 25: Clean The Range Hood
The chemical action of combing baking soda and vinegar can dissolve the oil. After 5 minutes, the range hood can be slowly cleaned with a toothbrush and water.
Note. The below items are not applicable to baking soda.
1. Scratch Paint Surface
Some soft body or painted surfaces should not be cleaned with baking soda, otherwise, the surface may be scratched.
2. Affect The Texture Of Wool
Baking soda is an alkaline substance and is not suitable for cleaning materials that are sensitive to alkaline substances such as wool and silk clothing. Otherwise, it may change its protein structure and affect the texture.
3. Luxury Jewelry Color Change
Avoid cleaning precious jewelry with baking soda which may discolor the metal.
4. Marble surface
White vinegar must not be used to rub marble surfaces such as marble floors or furniture because acetic acid reacts chemically with calcium carbonate in the marble to tarnish the marble surface.
Drop your chemical cleaner quickly! Not only healthy and environmentally friendly but also love the earth!
I hope it can help you to clean the stubborn dirt anywhere. If you have any questions or opinions, please leave them below. I’d love to hear that.