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How to deep clean your appliances?

The beginning of the year is the best time to do a deep clean of your home, and of course, your appliances are part of the plan. Appliances are one of the most used and potentially messiest parts of your home. Although you should keep these clean regularly, getting started now is a great way to make this a habit. 

How to clean burnt food off your stove?

A common occurrence in the kitchen is spilling some food and getting it burnt into your stove. This can be a hard thing to remove and an ugly feature in your kitchen. 

What you’ll need to remove burnt food from your stove? 

  • Vinegar
  • Baking soda 
  • Kitchen towels
  • Or detergent

You can remove burnt food with a few methods 

  1. Soak the stain in warm water, vinegar, and baking soda for a few minutes and wipe it off. 
  2. Use extra strength station removers, soak and wash off 

How to clean grease stains from your kitchen appliances? 

Grease stains are common for kitchen appliances but they can be a fire and health hazard if you don’t deal with them quickly. 

What you’ll need to clean grease stains? 

  • Lemon
  • Dish soap
  • Sponge
  • Kitchen towels

You can remove grease stains with a few methods 

  1. Heat up half a lemon in the microwave, rub the heated half on the stain wait a few minutes and wash off with a towel 
  2. Soak the stain in dish soap for at least 15 minutes, scrub with a sponge and wash off 

How to remove scratches from stainless steel?

Nothing hurts like a brand-new appliance getting a surface scratch, with these tricks you can keep yours looking great with a few tools. 

What you’ll need to remove scratches from stainless steel? 

  • Stainless steel scratch remover liquid
  • Microfiber cloth 

When it comes to scratches on stainless steel it is best to go with a specialized product, it saves time and gets the job done better than most at-home solutions. 

Research the best type of stainless steel scratch remover available near you, and make sure to use the product as the instructions indicate. 

How to remove bad smells from dishwashers, washing machines, and dryers?

Water and cleaning dirty things can be the perfect environment for mold and bad smells to start. So, cleaning out your dishwasher, washing machine and dryer will be key to keeping your clean things smelling just right. 

What you’ll need to remove bad smells from dishwashers, washing machines, and dryers? 

  • A microfiber cloth 
  • Vinegar 
  • Lemon 
  • Baking soda 
  • Detergent 

You can remove bad smells from dishwashers, washing machines, and dryers

  1. For the dishwasher and washing machine, you can run a hot cycle with a vinegar, lemon, and baking soda mix to kill bad smells 
  2. For the dryer clean the drum with a microfiber cloth and the same mix 
  3. Remember also to clean the outside of your appliance as well as the door gaskets, rubbers, and handle.
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