Apply water using an scrub brush to wash rid of any remaining residue. After that, you can spray them using a sanitizing agent and allow them to air dry. If you want to ensure that your wood looks like new, apply a specially-formulated oil or cleaner that is specifically designed for this task.
If you have a wood cutting table, you’ll want to apply a safe mineral oil once per month. The oil will remove moisture out of your wood and prevent any bacteria growth.
For cutting boards made of plastic you can use a food-safe disinfectant solution to give cutting boards an additional clean.
Get rid of the scum in your sink
You can keep your sink functional and attractive by cleaning it regularly. Cleaning your sink and faucet is among the main points of this kitchen sanitation guide. Begin by using an emollient sponge or damp cloth and a all-purpose cleaner wash the sink faucet, and drain.
After that, use a brush then scrub the sink’s corners and tight spots. It will eliminate any dirt and buildup that might have occurred while dishwashing. To get rid of any residue left behind, wipe down the sink and faucet with the help of a sponge or damp cloth.
The aerator can be removed when you experience issues concerning water pressure. This will help to remove the lime scale that may hinder the flow of water.
Eliminate the scum under your basin
Plumbers are able to visit your kitchen for repairs to the plumbing issue. It is essential to maintain the cleanliness of the sink area. Make sure to remove all objects out of the sink, and then wiping the surfaces clean with an all-purpose cleaner , or specific kitchen sanitizer. Additionally, be sure to wear gloves when handling any cleaning products or detergents as these will shield your hands from harmful chemicals.
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