How To Get Grease Off Your Kitchen Appliances

imagesCleaning kitchen appliances can be a tough task – especially when they’ve gotten greasy. No one likes cleaning a greasy oven or trying to remove tough stains from a day of cooking.

As time consuming as cleaning your appliances might be, there are a few tricks that will get your kitchen sparkling and grease-free.

Grease paper: Like it’s name says, grease paper is perfect for degreasing your appliances. Take a piece of transparent paper and grease it up with oil. Rub your sticky stove or greasy counters with the paper, then wash everything down with a soaped-up sponge.

Baking soda: Baking soda has a lot of helpful uses. It especially comes in handy for dried grease. Sprinkle baking soda onto a sponge and scrub your kitchen appliances – the grease will clean everything up perfectly.

Vinegar: It may smell, but vinegar is effective. Mix vinegar and water to create a grease removing liquid that’ll remove the toughest grease stains in your kitchen.

Lemon: Lemons are nature’s bleach. They can cut through just about anything. When your appliances are covered in grease, squeeze out some lemon juice to use as a cleaning product. As an added bonus, your appliances will even shine once they’re cleaned with lemon.

To ensure your sparkling, de-greased appliances are working in their best condition, contact Allen & Sons.

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