Get out on the fire: it’s the undisputed trick to do once a week!

How to clean and polish burnt hobs to have an impeccable kitchen? The solution is in this article.

How can I leave my kitchen spotless?

If you don’t want your kitchen cabinets to stain or yellow, you shouldn’t let grease accumulate on the surfaces for a long time. Therefore, when you are cooking or frying food, you should turn on the extractor hood immediately. In this way, the appliance will suck up the grease and fumes before they disperse throughout the kitchen.

However, to keep kitchen cabinets clean, grandma’s advice is to clean them with white vinegar and a tablespoon of baking soda. She moistens a microfiber cloth with this mixture and wipes all the fronts.

Then, once a month, clean the kitchen cabinets with hot water mixed with liquid detergent.

Embedded Cooktop: Here’s an Awesome Method to Do Once a Week

Just like cleaning kitchen cabinets, cleaning embedded cooktops is also an arduous task. Nowadays, most kitchens are equipped with ceramic hobs, more modern and functional than traditional gas hobs.

To clean them daily, simply sprinkle fine salt on the plate while the fire is on. Next, put a saucepan on the heat with 4 tablespoons of water and bring it to a boil.

In another container, mix 3 tablespoons of baking soda with half a cup of white vinegar. Next, add two tablespoons of liquid detergent. Mix all ingredients well.

Place the burners of the embedded plates in a bowl. Before cleaning embedded cooktops, make sure the plates and grates have cooled completely.

To prevent the cooking plates from getting stuck, you should clean them regularly. This way, you can enjoy your appliance for longer without it breaking down.

Next, pour the mixture of vinegar, baking soda and soap and scrub with a sponge. Next, bring the water and salt to a boil and cover the heat. This is an easy way to remove plaque scale.

Finish the cleaning operation with a generous rinse and you will have sparkling burners.