4 Appliance Cleaning Tips that You Must Know

Our homes have a lot of appliances that we use to cook, clean, work, cool off, warm up, etc. These appliances sometimes get a little bit neglected because we use them so much. It may be time to clean them up a bit and give them a break from working so hard. These are some cleaning tips to make your appliances look and smell like new.

Rinse your dishwasher with vinegar – Pour some vinegar into the bottom of the washer and run a cycle on the empty dishwasher to clean it out and make it smell fresh again. You should do this every few months to make sure that your dishwasher can do its job properly.

Baking soda in the fridge – If your fridge has some funky smells even after you have cleaned it, try using some baking soda. You can either place a cookie tray with some baking soda at the bottom or leave an open box of baking soda in the fridge to get rid of the smells. After 24 hours, the smell will be gone. If you keep an open box of baking soda in the fridge always, you will never worry about funny smells again.

Toaster cleaning – The toaster is probably the most neglected appliance when it comes to cleaning. We all tend to forget about it – we take it for granted. However, it needs a cleaning every now and then. Remove the crumb trays or tip it over to get all the crumbs out. Be sure that the toaster is unplugged and away from the electricity. You can wash the outside and the trays with warm soapy water. Just make sure that they are dry before you reassemble everything and plug it in.

Car wax on a stove top – If you use some car wax on your stove top, you will reduce the amount of splatter and icky stickiness that get stuck. It will be much easier to clean than before. Try it and see how easy it is to clean after a proper cooking adventure.

That’s all for today. We will bring you more cleaning tips on another day.