Kitchen tips for the spring

By Kemar Trepair on May 10, 2021

Kitchen tips for the spring

Spring is all about new beginnings and the brighter days .The light and refreshing feeling that accompanies spring is exactly what we need to put the dark days behind you. This week we will be looking into smart ways of refreshing your stale kitchen and keeping it tidy.
 
1.Lean On Your Lemons….

Sliced lemons on a plate

With half of the staff here at Bridggez Connect being females, we take joy in sharing our own  eco-friendly , DIY cleaning tips. Lemons are a natural antibacterial bleaching and cleaning agent. For instance, when you cook and the ingredients include lemons, do not throw the halves out, instead you can rub it on the knife, cutting board and even the counter top. Using it both as a disinfectant and a deodorizer. 
 
2. Baking Soda Please


Baking soda is not only a baker’s best friend but can also serve as a reliant cleaning agent. Baking soda, or bicarbonate of soda can be used to cut through grease that may have blocked up your sinks. This can also be used to remove the stains from your crockery and other surfaces. All you would need to do is sprinkle a small amount on a damp cloth and wipe the spot. Baking soda is alkaline, which means it is ideal to soften hard water and cut through grime, this can normally be done without scratching the item. It is suitable for cleaning steel and chrome. It can also be used as a deodorant in your fridge. 

3. Labeling 




Did you know that you can actually hire someone to label and organize your kitchen space? These people are called organizers and their job is simple to keep everything kept. Labeling or itemizing your cabinet and the kitchen can be your resolve to cluster and health hazards. Just in case you need someone to assist you with this task, you can visit our website and list your jobs at Bridggez Connect. We will get it done. 
  

4. Oven Care 



Cleaning your oven can be tiresome and tedious to say the lease. Scrubbing from the nobs to the grill can be annoying and time consuming. But like everything else there are many DIY concoctions to help you burst through the grease. My all time favorite is:
A. Equal part salt and Baking Soda
B. Enough Vinegar to have it froth into a spreadable paste
c. One lemon ( use the juice ).

With this simple concoction you can easily remove gunk, grease and other particles pretty easily. You can use a metal scraper, wire wool, sponge or even a toothbrush, it will be used very quickly and easily. 
 
Just in case you may not have the time or know how to do this on your own, you can simply visit our website and become a patron, Bridggez Connect