5 points you forgot to clean in the kitchen
One of today’s life-facilitating devices was the dryer. The dryer, which also allows the clothes to retain their colors, should be cleaned regularly. First, remove the fluff filter, clean its hair. You can clean it by running under the tap. Sweep any dust, fluff and debris that has accumulated under the machine and along the edge of the wall with a vacuum cleaner. For the remaining dust, wipe the same area with a damp mop and let it dry. Clean the dryer’s pipe to the wall, and if there are any visible lint or lint, remove them with a vacuum cleaner. Clean the pipe of the machine leaving the house and make sure that the ventilation fins move correctly and are not blocked by the hairs. Clean the outer surface of the dryer and its cover with a damp sponge.
Another neglected location is the refrigerator. Dirt, dust, build up, and pet hair (if you have a pet) can build up on your refrigerator. To do this, first remove the grill base in your refrigerator and clean it safely. With a vacuum soft brush, you can easily pull out debris in open areas on the front surface. Don’t forget to clean the freezer part as well.
Many dishwashers have a filter that can be disassembled and cleaned and does not last long. Run your cycle by placing the cleaner to absolutely remove lime and mineral buildup.
On the cooking stove, remove the covers and grills. Some grills can also be washed in the dishwasher, which facilitates cleaning. But be sure to check your usage and maintenance manual before putting it in the machine. For stove covers, use a non-abrasive plastic scouring pad and a cleaner that won’t hurt.
Hoods and filters
When you cook, all dirt and oil fill the filters of the hood. For this, you can clean the filters with warm water and a mild detergent. Be sure to change the filters every 6 months.