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How To Clean All Your Kitchen Appliances

Has it been I honestly have no idea since you last cleaned your kitchen appliances? Give your dishwasher, oven, and microwave the fresh, clean starts they deserve with our expert-backed, time-saving hacks.


Your Kitchen Cleaning Kit: Home Cleaning Heroes, All-Purpose Bleach Alternative, Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth, All-Purpose Cleaning Concentrate, Scrub Brush, Copper Cloth

how to clean the dishwasher

DISHWASHER

Step 1: Banish Buildup

Food and debris lingering in your dishwasher’s food trap causes odor and prevents a pristine clean. Find the trap under the lower sprayer and pop it out. Wash it clean in the sink using a small amount of Dish Detergent. Rinse well. Before re-inserting it, wipe down the area with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth. Next, wipe down seals, rubber gaskets, and dishwasher’s exterior with Scented Vinegar and a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth.


Step 2: Do A Clean Rinse

For your deepest dishwasher clean, add ¼ cup of Scented Vinegar and 1 capful of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative to the bottom of the dishwasher and run a cycle free of dishware. This is especially effective for removing any soap scum and filmy residue caused by hard water. Done!

how to clean the fridge

FRIDGE

Step 1: Scrub It Down

Add 1 capful of All-Purpose Cleaning Concentrate to a bucket of hot water. Empty the fridge, then use a Scrub Brush to brush away sticky spots, grime, and dirt.


Step 2: Spray Compartments & Fixtures

Spray shelves, inner walls, and door compartments with Surface Cleaner. Don't forget the outside of the fridge, especially high touchpoint areas like the handles. Wipe dry with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth.


Step 3: Squash Odors

To neutralize lingering scents, fill up a shallow bowl with 1 cup of Scented Vinegar and allow it to sit in the refrigerator for two days. If unsavory odor tends to be consistent in your fridge, change out the vinegar every two days.

how to clean the stove

STOVE & OVEN

Step 1: Hit Refresh on Racks

To remove heavy grease and buildup, remove oven racks, stovetop grates, and knobs and soak in very hot water and two capfuls of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative in your sink or tub. Allow to soak for over an hour. If possible, leave overnight—the longer the soak, the easier it will be to remove stuck-on grime.


Step 2: Target Surfaces

While the racks are soaking, tackle the stovetop and inside of the oven. Spray directly with Surface Cleaner, focusing on grease splatters, spills, and char. Allow to sit for 30 minutes before wiping down with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth soaked in hot water. *Use the Copper Cloth and a little elbow grease to scrub away stubborn stains and stuck-on splatters.

If you have an induction stovetop, use a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth instead. For tough residue, let the solution sit for 30 minutes before wiping with a hot water-soaked cloth. Once the cooktop is clean, use some Scented Vinegar to clean hard water spots from the cooktop.

*For glass stove tops, always avoid abrasive sponges or cloths.


Step 3: Give It A Finishing Touch

After allowing the oven racks, stovetop grates, and knobs to soak, use the Dish Detergent and Copper Cloth to scrub away any remaining debris. Rinse and dry before replacing them, then give everything a final wipe-down with Surface Cleaner.

how to clean the microwave

MICROWAVE

Step 1: Heat Up Your Cleaning Game

Remove any racks and microwave turn plates. Wash them in the sink with Dish Detergent and warm water. To dissolve grime or cooked-on messes, soak in a sink filled with hot water and a capful or two of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative.


Step 2: Tackle The Inside

Discard any large pieces of loose debris. Wipe down the inside with Dish Detergent, hot water, and a Scrub Brush. Remove all soap solution and dry thoroughly.


Step 3: Hit The Exterior

Spray with Surface Cleaner to remove fingerprints, smudges, and dirt, and swipe with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth. Get the handle, too!


Caution: Do not use abrasive cleaners, bleach, or ammonia. Always unplug appliances before cleaning, especially when wiping the control panel.


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