1. Clean a coffee mug

Cleaning coffee mugs

Cleaning coffee mugs

Revive your appliances and dishes with these kitchen-cleaning tips.

Therefore start by removing coffee stains from china cups.

Scrub them with equal parts vinegar and salt.

2. A shortcut to clean your microwave

Cleaning microwave

Cleaning microwave

The quickest way to clean a microwave oven is to place a handful of wet paper towels inside and run it on High for 3-5 minutes.

Also, you don’t need a science lesson to know that the steam from the towels will soften the grime.

Once the paper towels cool down, use them to wipe the oven’s interior.

In conclusion, you can also clean a microwave using a slice of lemon and a bowl of water.

3. Clean your blender
Cleaning your blender

Cleaning your blender

Family physician and author Jill Grimes has a great tip to clean the blender.

“After you pour your drink, take the pitcher straight to the sink. Put in a little water and a drop of dish soap put it back on the blender, and turn it on for 20 seconds. Rinse it out and you’re done.”

Clean your kitchen items with these handy cleaning secrets.

4. Clean your coffee pot
Cleaning your coffee pot

Cleaning your coffee pot

The glass jug that comes with a coffeemaker can quickly develop a brown, blotchy haze – especially when you leave it on for long periods of time.

For the quickest cure, you will need some ice, salt, and a lemon.

Moreover, fill the empty jug a quarter full of ice.

Subsequently cut the lemon into quarters and squeeze two of the quarters into the jug. Add 2 tablespoons of salt.

Swirl the mixture in the jug for 2 minutes and the inside surface will quickly.

 

5. Clean a cast-iron pan
Cleaning cast iron pan

Cleaning cast iron pan

Most cooks know that you should never use liquid soap on a cast-iron pan and never scrub it with anything abrasive if you want to maintain its well-oiled nonstick surface.

So how do you clean it? Use salt.

Meanwhile, if the pan will not rinse clean with water and a soft dishcloth, rub it with a few tablespoons of salt and a paper towel and rinse.

Then replenish the oil film by coating the inside surface with a dab of cooking oil.

6. Clean a cheese grater
Cleaning cheese grater

Cleaning cheese grater

Keep a clean pastry brush handy for removing every last remnant of grated food left behind in the tiny grates.

It works like a charm on both sides of the grater.

7. Disinfect a garbage disposal
Cleaning garbage disposal

Cleaning garbage disposal

Deep clean and deodorize a waste disposal unit by grinding ice cubes made with half vinegar, half water.

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