6 Kitchen Cleaning Tips to include in your Routine

Have you been struggling to clean your kitchen or remove stubborn stains that will not go away? We have some tips that you can use in your cleaning routine to keep your kitchen squeaky clean!

Check them out!

1. Cleaning the microwave

Inside of a Microwave:

Mix 1 cup of water and any citrus slices (lemon, lime or orange) in a microwave-safe bowl.  Place the bowl in the microwave and turn on high power for 6 minutes or until the water is starting to boil and steam up the window. Then let the mixture cool for 5 minutes and start wiping the microwave’s interior with a damp wet ‘n scrub cloth.

Greasy microwave doors:

Create a spray with a mixture of dish soap and water, and apply it to the exterior of the microwave. Clean with a Skrubba cloth. You can use the corner scrubby part for anything stuck on. Remember to avoid spraying on electronic controls to prevent any damage.


2. Clean the kitchen sink

Stainless-steel kitchen sink:

Sprinkle baking soda in the wet sink and prepare the Skrubba  with hot water and a few drops of dish soap. Start scrubbing with your Skrubba from the side of the basin to the drain. Add more soap and water if necessary to make the surface scum-free. Rinse with water and wipe the sink with a dry Wet-it cloth.

Ceramic kitchen sink:

Wipe the sink down with a wet Skrubba , then put a sprinkle of baking soda to cover the basin and add a few drops of hydrogen peroxide over the baking soda. Scrub it with your Skrubba. Once the sink is fully scrubbed, wash the mixture down with clean water.


3. Clean spills in the fridge

Before cleaning your sticky spills in the fridge, remove all the food. Soak your Wet-it cloth in very hot water. Press and hold your cloth onto the stain until it has loosened up and then wipe it away with a clean cloth.


4. Clean small kitchen appliances

Spray all-purpose cleaner on the exterior of kitchen appliances and wipe with a clean Wet-it Cloth. For extensive cleaning, use small tools like cotton swabs or toothbrushes that can clean the tight spots of kitchen appliances.

5. Clean a stovetop

Before cleaning the stovetop, turn all the controls off and make sure the surface is completely cool. Create a spray mixture of two cups of hot water and a few drops of dish soap. Spray it on the surface and wipe down with your slightly damp Skrubba. If the sticky mess does not come off, allow the mixture to sit for a couple minutes to soften the sticky part and then scrub it away.


6. Clean the countertop

Use the same tip from the cleaning a stovetop, but use isopropyl alcohol to wipe away the tough stains. 

 For wood, marble, quartz and stainless-steel countertop:

Remove dust and crumbs by wiping out with damp Wet-it Cloth. Next, moisten a clean Wet-it cloth with warm water and add a few drops of dish soap. After that, wring your damp cloth and wipe down the countertop.

For Granite countertop:

Dampen your Wet-it cloth with warm water and a few drops of dish soap. Next, wipe down the granite countertop and then dry and buff your countertop with clean cloth. After that, you will need to disinfect your granite countertop by spraying 70% isopropyl alcohol. Let it sit for 5 minutes and then rinse with water and dry with a clean cloth.

Our recommendations

You do not know which cloth to buy? At Wet-it, we have you covered with our great Swedish eco-friendly cloths.

Wet-it Cloths - are designed to absorb like a sponge and wipe like a cloth. They replace ordinary paper towels and sponges. Our cloths are extremely versatile, streak-free, lint-free and stylish. Not only that, but they are reusable, sustainable, biodegradable and compostable!

Skrubba – is a scrubbing pad that can deal with more demanding residue from food without scratching most common household appliances or surfaces, including non-stick pots and pans, microwaves, ceramic-glass, cooktop stoves, granite, stainless steel, tiles, laminate floors, windows, and vinyl siding.







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