Published at Friday, March 16th, 2018 - 09:20:25 AM. The Kitchen. By Aidan Payne.
After this step is done, place this cleaning cloth into an empty plastic bag and rinse out the 2 gallon bucket. Now refill the 2 gallon bucket with warm water and some drops of Spic and Span to begin cleaning kitchen cabinets. Next comes the stove top and front, but it is a time saver to presoak the burner grills in a pan with a couple of drops of Simple Green cleaner. Now proceed with washing down the stove top and front plus do not forget to do the stove drip pan under the burners. Followed by the dishwasher inside and outside. Wash down the refrigerator and freezer tops, front and exposed sides. It is time to do window cleaning with Invisible Glass, both inside and out. For time saving, do use a squeegee and a dry microfiber cloth. By the time these few steps are completed, you can go back and clean the presoaked burner grills. Follow up by cleaning the sink and the waste basket inside and outside.
Cork, Bamboo or Recycled Flooring: When it comes to green kitchen tips, your choosing an eco friendly kitchen flooring can go a long way towards being green. Consider using a cork, bamboo or some other type of natural or recycled flooring product. There are a number of options out there, and most are very durable. The most readily available recycled flooring is a rubber flooring. These are made of 80 - 100% post consumer product including tires. Rubber floors are extremely durable and come in a variety of colors and styles. Cork and bamboo, while not recycled, both offer quickly renewable products that do not require deforestation of millions of trees to produce these types of floors. Both cork and bamboo are natural products as well.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the DOKKEA website that is not DOKKEA’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does DOKKEA claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.