Tips on Kitchen Soaps & Cleaners
Kitchen Soap and Cleaning Tips
Different types of soap can be used to get things clean and free of harmful bacteria. In the kitchen, we typically use soap to cleanse our hands, dishes, counter tops and sometimes food. Liquid soap is often stored in a dispenser next to the sink. The dispenser doubles as a kitchen décor accessory, so be sure to choose one that will best match the kitchen.
Seeing a designer soap in the bathroom is not uncommon and in more recent years, designer kitchen cleaners have become a popular choice. Most cleansers have a fresh natural scent and yet are strong enough to kill germs. Hands, utensils and countertops should be disinfected each time they come in contact with poultry, fish or raw meats. Keep in mind that often-touched areas should regularly be disinfected too; such as faucets, doorknobs, handles and refrigerator doors. Even inside the refrigerator needs to be cleaned regularly. Be sure to clean the shelves and inside walls with a mild liquid dishwashing soap and warm water, then rinse. Also, remember to clean and disinfect refrigerator drawers, drip pans and doors; the owner’s manual will give further instructions on how to do this properly. And don’t forget to disinfect the trashcan lid!
Kitchen countertop cleansers, dish detergents and hand soaps come in many different scents. Select from scents like: Lime Zest/Cypress, Pink Pepper/ Anise, and Zucchini Flower/Truffle, to name a few. Aromas like these are sure to make anyone’s home feel cozy and welcome. The Cucina brand only has all natural, plant-derived, biodegradable ingredients that are effective yet gentle. Each product is free of phosphates, ammonia, and irritating vapors so you will not be exposed to toxic fumes. Non-toxic cleaning products will help ensure the safety of your loved ones.