Keep your home appliances clean and fresh! In light of the recent events, it’s a must to do some general cleaning. We use our home appliances every day, and they ought to be cleaned.
While we do our part by staying at home, here are some cleaning tips to keep your cooking range, microwave oven, and refrigerator spotless!
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- Wash all removable parts with warm water and dishwashing detergent.
- Mix a thick solution of baking soda and clean water.
- Apply the solution to the stovetop and let stand for about 20 minutes.
- Scrub the residue with a brush and rinse thoroughly.
- Combine a cup of water and a few tablespoons of white vinegar into a microwave-safe bowl.
- Place the bowl inside the microwave and turn it on high power for several minutes until the oven’s window steams up.
- Let it cool down for five minutes before wiping the inside of the oven with a clean sponge.
- Empty out the fridge. Remove all food and beverage, and take out all removable parts like the shelves, drawers, and dividers.
- Wash removable parts with water and dishwashing soap.
- Wipe the inside surfaces of the fridge using a microfibre cloth or a quality sponge together with water and dishwashing soap.
- Use a small amount of baking soda mixed water to produce a thick paste for stubborn stains. Apple and leave the paste on the stain for an hour before wiping.
Keeping your home appliances clean doesn’t only make it fresh and sanitized, but it also prolongs the life of your trusty appliances! It’s also better to do regular cleaning to avoid stains and dirt from sticking which could make cleaning a chore.
Prevent the spread of COVID-19 by staying at home. Always cover your mouth when coughing and sneezing. Regularly wash your hands with soap and water, and clean frequently touched surfaces such as doorknobs and light switches.
DOH COVID-19 Special Emergency Hotlines: (02) 894-COVID and 1555.