Keeping Stovetops and Ovens Clean
Regular cleaning of stovetops, ovens and kitchen appliances is a chore that should not be ignored.
Food spillage on cooktops is a leading cause of kitchen fires, and should be cleaned up promptly. Greasy residue on the floor can mean nasty falls in the kitchen, or even damage to your floor. Unclean counters can lead to food-borne illnesses that put your family at risk. It is important to be aware of kitchen safety.
A regular or semi-regular list of kitchen chores is the best way to keep on top of the cleaning. This helps to form habits that will last and protect your family from a variety of dangers that accompany an unclean kitchen.
Don’t forget rangehoods, which can quickly become grease traps. Garbage bins should also be cleaned regularly. Any counter appliances should be cleaned about once a week at a minimum.
Pyrolitic ovens are a good option for those who dread cleaning the oven, but there are products on the market to make oven cleaning easier and remove tough food stains.
Forming good cleaning habits is essential in prolonging the longevity of your kitchen and protecting your family. Ensure your kitchen is the warm, clean, safe area it ought to be by considering its upkeep.