Published at Thursday, March 15th, 2018 - 10:48:54 AM. The Kitchen. By Aidan Payne.
However, by paying attention to our own health and safety around the home and particularly in the kitchen, a lot of the minor accidents that happen in the home can be avoided, if you take care and bear a few basic facts in mind. First look at the layout of your kitchen and consider ways that you could simplify things. This will involve taking a general overview as to the space itself. While doing this, look for any potential hazards which may arise such as obstructions or tripping hazards. Ensure that your floor covering is not wet and wipe up any spills straight away. If you have rugs make sure that they have a non-slip surface to avoid trips and falls. Once these are identified, you can take steps to make things safer and improve the safety of your kitchen.
Expeditiously cleaning the kitchen by proceeding in steps. This guide is here as help for steps that may be used frequently. Try these simple steps and bring your kitchen's cleanness from ordinary to extraordinary. Also here on this page I will let you know what I use as good kitchen cleaning products. For the first step is to dust the room down from the ceiling down using a lamb's wool duster as was told on our BATHROOM page. Make sure to get all light fixtures, top of doors, door hardware and windows this includes curtains. There are several things you can do to assist you in making the cleaning process easier. As the absolute second step, is to use a couple of drops of Simple Green in a 2 gallon bucket of warm water and use a microfiber cloth to do the kitchen hood cleaning. Please keep in mind if your doing commercial kitchen cleaning that there might be more then just one hood to clean.
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