5 Tips You've Probably Never Used to Easily Scour, Disinfect, and Sanitize Your Kitchen

Monday, January 27, 2020

This is a sponsored post in partnership with The Home Depot. All opinions are my own.

I talk quite a bit about how to make family-friendly recipes that your kids will devour but I don't think I've written about the best ways to clean up after the cooking mess has been made in the kitchen. I'm changing that right now by revealing my seven tips to cleaning up your kitchen after the recipe is made. Unfortunately there's no single magic trick to cleaning up the dishes, food on the floor, and splatters on the clothes, but these cleaning hacks will make your life infinitely easier. Have you ever heard of these tips before?

5 Tips You've Probably Never Used to Easily Scour, Disinfect, and Sanitize Your Kitchen
Tip 1: Clorox Wipes Aren't Just for Countertops
Clorox Disinfecting Wipes are one of my absolute favorite cleaning tools. Did you know that you can use them on surfaces other than counter tops? From stainless steel to finished hardwood, Clorox Disinfecting Wipes don't just cut through grease and grime, but they kill 99.9% of viruses and bacteria in 10 seconds. My favorite is the lemon scent!


5 Tips You've Probably Never Used to Easily Scour, Disinfect, and Sanitize Your Kitchen
Tip 2: Pine-Sol Cleans Up Grease...On Your Clothes
After you are done cooking, there is a chance that there are grease splatters and stains on your clothes or apron. Just because you are making great food doesn't mean you have to wear big stains on your clothing! Just pour a little Pine-Sol on the stain, work it in a little bit, and then wash as you normally would.
Pine-Sol disinfects and kills 99.9% of germs. Besides clothes, you can use Pine-Sol Multi-surface cleaner on hard, nonporous surfaces including floors (such as finished hardwood and carpet), sinks, counters (such as granite), bathtubs, shower stalls, tile and more. We love using Pine-Sol because it deodorizes and has a clean, fresh scent!



5 Tips You've Probably Never Used to Easily Scour, Disinfect, and Sanitize Your Kitchen
Tip 3: Clorox Bleach is Great For Cleaning Dirty Kitchen Gadgets
You probably already know that Clorox Disinfecting Bleach with Cloromax is great for doing laundry, but did you know that you can dilute it with water to soak your kitchen gadgets and tools when they have tough to remove food or hard water stains? You will want to dilute your solution by mixing 1/2 cup Clorox Bleach per gallon of water. Then soak your kitchen tools for five minutes, rinse, and air dry.
Clorox Disinfecting Bleach contains CloroMax Technology to protect household surfaces as it cleans, so stains won't stick and cleanup is easier. It disinfects and deodorizes surfaces, killing 99.9% of mold and germs, left on household surfaces such as countertops, floors, toilets and more. The great thing is that it's also safe to use around children, pets and pregnant women.


5 Tips You've Probably Never Used to Easily Scour, Disinfect, and Sanitize Your Kitchen
5 Tips You've Probably Never Used to Easily Scour, Disinfect, and Sanitize Your Kitchen
Tip 4: Clorox Clean Up Spray Disinfects Your Cutting Boards
We use cutting board every single day. One of the hardest things to accomplish in the meal cleanup process is removing the stains from cutting boards. Dish soap alone doesn't normally do the job so we upped our cleaning game with Clorox Clean Up Spray. Because it contains Clorox Bleach, it cleans our cutting boards as well as other tough kitchen and bath stains, grease and dirt on contact, while killing over 99% of household germs in seconds. It can be used on multiple hard, nonporous surfaces throughout your home, including kitchen sinks, counters, refrigerators, appliances, tubs, toilets, fiberglass, floors, showers and tiles.



5 Tips You've Probably Never Used to Easily Scour, Disinfect, and Sanitize Your Kitchen
Tip 5: The Home Depot Should Be Your Next Stop After Reading These Tips
Now that I shared these life changing hacks you need to make a trip to The Home Depot to pick up some supplies. Each of the cleaning supplies that I mentioned can be found there and at incredible prices. You might not think of your local The Home Depot store as the first place to stop to clean your kitchen, but you can get any size of Clorox, Pine-Sol, or wipes you want while sticking to the budget that you need to follow!

Hopefully these five tips will help change your kitchen cleaning lives like they have with our family! Trust me, when you put these hacks into practice, your after cooking meal cleanup will never be easier, go faster, or kill more bacteria or germs. Not many people enjoy cleaning up after a big meal, but EVERYONE loves how a kitchen looks and feels when all the cleaning is done. So head to The Home Depot to pick up what you need and enjoy the feeling that comes with a sparkling kitchen!

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