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Helpful Office Cleaning Tips

Helpful Office Cleaning Tips

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Cleaning is a job which you either love or you hate, there is rarely an in between. But it is something which we all have to do now and again to maintain a hygienic home and workplace. When it comes to maintaining a clean office, it is important for us to manage time in the best possible way and to also find ways to make the process easier. This is why today we have some handy tips to help you maintain a clean and tidy office this year. 

Hire a professional

The first thing you can do, which is the easiest way to make cleaning simple as a business, is to hire a cleaner. If you have the money in your budget for it, why not hire a company such as www.crusade.com.sg    to clean your office for you? The good thing about hiring a cleaner is that you have the piece of mind of knowing that the cleaner knows what they are doing and they will save you spending too much time on it yourself. 

Cleaning the windows 

One of the more challenging jobs to do when it comes to cleaning the office is cleaning the exterior windows. If you have a multi-story office, it can be incredibly difficult for you to wash the exterior windows of the top floors. However, instead of forking out for a window cleaner, buy a magnetic window cleaner instead. This consists of two pads, one of which you place on the inside and one on the outside, and it will allow you to clean the inside and outside at the same time!

Organise your paperwork

One of the worst things you can do for yourself if you want to make it easier to clean your office is having piles of paper everywhere. It is important to organise your paperwork not only for productivity in the office, but also for the time it takes you to clean. Make things easier for yourself by clearing out your paperwork, buying some box folders, and placing them on a shelf out of the way of your desk. 

Have a kitchen rota 

One of the worst parts of the office to try and keep clean has to be the kitchen, and the kitchen is something which can be a messy area. This is why it is important for you to take the time and effort to create a rota which involves everyone in the office, including managers. It is important for everyone to feel responsible for the kitchen because this will ensure that the office is less likely to become dirty in the first place and it will also ensure that the cleaning of the kitchen is divided up fairly between everyone. 

Install wooden floors

One of the best changes you can make to the office this year is install wooden floors instead of a carpet. It will be much easier to maintain a clean wooden floor and you will be able to largely avoid using a vacuum cleaner and disrupting the flow of work for everyone in the office.

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How to Clean 7 Small Kitchen Appliances

How to Clean 7 Small Kitchen Appliances

Utilizing small appliances in the kitchen not only saves time while preparing meals but also saves energy and increases the efficiency. Some of the must-have small appliances in the kitchen frequently need cleaning thus ensuring that they are bacteria free and are clean. All the small appliances in the kitchen often become dirty because they have a control panel or a handle that is touched by dirt when in use. Some of the negative repercussions of not cleaning the small appliances in the kitchen include accumulation of different types of bacteria such as E.coli, Salmonella, yeast, molds, or even leaving soiled surfaces. These organisms are associated with various diseases and symptoms such as stomach aches and digestive upset. By following the cleaning tips on small kitchen appliances expounded herein, one can achieve a clean kitchen, free from any diseases causing organisms.

 

 

  • Microwave

 

This type of appliance is cleaned using a mixture of warm water and vinegar. The two are mixed in the ratio of one to one. Using a soft cloth dipped into the solution, all the interior surfaces should be wiped gently. And to remove bacteria on the touchable surfaces on the outside of the microwave, a disinfecting wipe should be used. The surfaces wiped with this wipe include the keypad and the outside handles.

 

 

  • Waffle Iron

 

Some of the small appliances in the kitchen should not be washed such as the waffle iron. Instead, such an appliance should be wiped after every time it is used using a paper towel. At times, the waffles may stick to the iron thus there is a need to season again using vegetable oil.

 

 

  • Electric Can Opener

 

When using this appliance, cross-contamination often occurs when the blade of the can opener gets in touch with the can’s content. Several diseases are associated with cross contamination thus there is a need for cleaning the surface immediately after usage. For effective cleaning of this appliance, the user should unplug it from the power source and use a piece of clean cloth dipped in soapy water to wipe the blade. Moreover, the casing should also be cleaned. One of the precautions that an individual should take is never to immerse the electric can opener in water wholly. In cases where food particles become lodged in tight crevices, a toothbrush can be used. Before reassembling the appliance, one should ensure that it is rinsed and air dried.

 

 

  • Grill

 

After using the appliance, one should immediately unplug it for cleaning. Wet paper towels can be employed to wipe the hot grill. To prevent burns, one can hold them using metal tongs. Moreover, the food particles can be removed by pressing on the grill thus loosening them. Once the grill is cool, a mixture of warm water with dishwashing soap should be used to clean the outside surfaces and the whole of the cooking surface. If the grill has removable parts, they can as well be dipped in hot water for cleaning. And to dislodge food particles in the crevices, a small soft brush can be utilized for this purpose.

 

 

  • Portable Mixer

 

The most recommended way of cleaning this appliance is by disassembling it and using hot soapy water to clean the non-electric parts. The outside surface should be cleaned using a soft cloth dipped in warm and soapy water. A soft toothbrush can once again be used to clean the crevices and other parts that require special attention. And to prevent overheating, the motor ventilation slots should always be cleaned to remove any of the accumulated debris.

 

 

  • Blender

 

Immediately a person finishes using the blender, he or she should rinse it using plain water. After that, warm soapy can be added and whirled for up to thirty seconds. And to complete the cleaning process, the appliance’s part such as the lid and the blades can be disassembled for rinsing in hot water and drying them. Moreover, the outside surfaces such as the knobs and buttons should be cleaned.

 

 

  • Espresso Maker

 

The appliance’s parts can be hand washed with soapy and warm water. They can be left on the top of the dishwasher’s rack for drying. Also by using a damp cloth, the drip trays and the empty water reservoirs should be wiped gently. Additionally, to ensure that the appliance is safe for usage, distilled vinegar mixed with distilled water can be used to fill the reservoir and wait for at least thirty minutes and brew. By doing this, one is assured of having a clean appliance ready to prepare great quality coffee.

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How to Clean the Toaster. Tips in Action:

By Tia Cristy

Tips in Action: How to Clean the Toaster.
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It’s quite simple, your toaster is smelling burnt or you haven’t used it in awhile, so how do you clean a toaster? Cleaning products aren’t really the way to go, they can get the electric wet, leave a residue or just make your bread taste funny.

The easiest way to clean the toaster is to first, unplug it. Over the sink or trash can, shake all the crumbs out. Plug it back in, put it to the highest setting, and push the button down. If it’s a regular toaster, let it pop up on it’s own. If it’s a toaster over put the timer on for a couple minutes. Repeat process if necessary.

It’s the same concept of the oven or grill cleaning it’s self by burning off the grime.
Don’t forget to readjust the heat setting when done, so you have wonderfully toasted bread later.

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