Most people try to keep their kitchen looking clean on a daily basis – whether that means mopping up a spill or giving the hob a quick wipe after use. However, food preparation and cooking can lead to a build up of grease and dirt over time, which may require a bit more effort to remove. While giving the kitchen a thorough scrub-down may not be everyone’s favourite job, it’s important if you want to keep your kitchen clean and hygienic – and the more regularly you do it, the easier your task will become. Here’s a quick run-down of how to give your kitchen the deep cleaning treatment.
Before You Start Deep Cleaning Your Kitchen
Make sure you’re fully equipped with basic supplies, such as dishcloths, sponge scourers, paper towels, and a good pair of rubber gloves to protect your hands. Then list any deep cleaning products you may need to buy. For a thorough kitchen deep clean, most people find they need:
- Surface cleaner or disinfectant spray
- Anti-bacterial cleaner for the fridge and food cupboards
- Oven cleaner
- Floor cleaner
- Limescale remover
- Wood or metal polish
Wash up any pots and pans first, so you can get to grips with a clutter-free kitchen. Then you’re ready to begin your deep clean!