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Kitchen Cleaning: 10 Natural Tips for Best Results

Bliss Home Care | Kitchen Cleaning: 10 Natural Tips for Best Results







Kitchens are often the heart of the home. It’s where we come together with friends and family to enjoy food preparation, cooking, baking and socialising. It can get messy but that’s part of the fun! In this blog, we share 10 natural kitchen cleaning hacks to ensure your kitchen is always looking its best and ready for the next meal.

As you may know, we are incredibly passionate about green cleaning – it’s been one of our ethos since we started our home cleaning business. You may like to learn more about Green Cleaning and How it Benefits Your Health and Home. Making small changes to the cleaning products you use in your home can create longer and healthier life choices for you, your family, your pets, the environment and our future generations.

10 Natural Kitchen Cleaning Tips for Best Results


These natural kitchen cleaning hacks use common household items and simple techniques to tackle kitchen cleaning tasks effectively. Incorporate these hacks into your kitchen cleaning routine to save time and effort while achieving excellent results.

  1. Lemon and Salt Scrub

Cut a lemon in half and dip it in salt. Use the lemon as a scrubber to clean stainless steel sinks and tapware. The acidity of the lemon helps dissolve grease and stains, while the salt acts as a gentle abrasive for stubborn spots. Rinse thoroughly and wipe it dry with a lint-free cloth for sparkly results.

Bliss Home Care | Kitchen Cleaning: 10 Natural Tips for Best Results









  1. Microwave Steam Clean

Fill a microwave-safe bowl with water and add a few slices of lemon or a tablespoon of vinegar. Microwave the bowl on high for 2-3 minutes until the steam loosens food splatters and stains inside the microwave. Simply wipe the interior with a damp cloth for a clean, hygienic and fresh-smelling microwave.

  1. Vinegar and Baking Soda Drain Cleaner

Pour a cup of baking soda followed by a cup of vinegar down the drain. Let the mixture fizz for a few minutes to break down grease and odours. Turn on the tap to flush the drain with warm water. This will clear away any debris and keep your kitchen sink drain flowing smoothly.

  1. Coffee Grounds for Odour Removal

Place used coffee grounds in a bowl and leave them on your countertop, in the fridge or freezer to absorb any lingering odours. Coffee grounds are natural deodorisers that can help neutralise strong smells and keep your kitchen and fridge smelling fresh.

  1. Grease-Cutting Mixture

Mix a few drops of dish soap with warm water in a spray bottle to create a homemade grease-cutting cleaner. Use this grease-cutting solution to wipe down a greasy stove, rangehood, backsplashes and cabinet doors for a sparkling clean kitchen.

  1. Oven Steam Clean

Fill a heatproof dish with water and place it on the bottom rack of a cold oven. Heat the oven to 120°C and let the steam soften baked-on spills and grease for 20-30 minutes. Once the oven has cooled down, wipe away loosened debris with a damp cloth or sponge.







  1. Dishwasher Deep Clean

Place a cup of vinegar on the top rack of your dishwasher, and sprinkle baking soda on the bottom of the dishwasher. Run the dishwasher on a hot cycle for an effective and hygienic dishwasher. The vinegar disinfects while the baking soda freshens. Our tip is to take a before and after photo to notice the difference.

  1. Microfiber Cloth Magic

Microfibre cloths are one of our favourite cleaning items. You can use a microfiber cloth dampened with water to clean and polish stainless steel appliances, glass surfaces, and countertops without streaks or lint. Microfiber cloths are highly effective at trapping dirt and grime for a spotless finish. Best of all, you can put them in the wash and use them over and over.

Bliss Home Care |Kitchen Cleaning 10 Natural Tips for Best Results







  1. Rubbish Bin Refresh

Your rubbish bin can get a bit smelly so give it a good wash every few days to keep it fresh and clean. You can also sprinkle baking soda in the bottom to neutralise any odours and add your favourite essential oils such as peppermint, lavender or citrus for a fresh scent.

  1. The final touch – flourishing floors

After cleaning your kitchen, sweep the floor to remove any loose crumbs and debris. Mop the floor with a solution of warm water and a small amount of vinegar to disinfect your floors and leave them sparking and smelling fresh.

While cleaning may not be your favourite chore, it’s something we must all do to keep our home fresh and clean. While there are hundreds of toxic cleaning products on supermarket shelves the ones that work most effectively, and more importantly are not harmful to your health or the environment, are those you have in your pantry or cupboards at home. For more natural cleaning hacks, click here.


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