How to Get Rid of Kitchen Clutter
Some people think that the kitchen is the most important room in your house. And why not? However, you have there all sorts of greasy things lying around. It is always the dirtiest room in the house. But you can’t leave it like that because the thing is, the kitchen is where you prepare your food so it should be the cleanest.
Cupboards and countertops. Cupboards are used to store things. It is not a place where you just throw in kettles and rarely used utensils. It has divisions so you can arrange things in order. Countertops are not tables where you can put all your appliances. What should be there are only the items which you use on a daily basis, like the coffee-maker, forks and spoons, and maybe a few other things like a few jars of snacks. But everything else should be stowed away either in the closet or cupboard. Also, be sure to have ample countertop space for food preparation.
Drawers and utensils. Dispose of duplicate items you have. You can donate these or have a garage sale when you have more to sell. Utensils that you rarely use should be stored somewhere else. Things that are small enough like knives and vegetable peelers should be in the drawer because these are sharp things and may be dangerous to your kids.
Garbage. The garbage of the kitchen are immediately to be disposed of because these are usually filthy like leftovers and greasy cans. You may invite pests if you leave these greasy garbage in your kitchen. Prevent diseases by proper disposal.
It is important to keep your kitchen sparkling clean and grease-free. If you want to keep your family healthy and free from the bacteria that may lurk in your kitchen, better keep it spotless.
July 20, 2007 Friday at 5:42 am