These tips will help you bring your multicooker, blender, microwave, and other commonly used appliances back to their clean state. Read on to find out more.
Don’t waste time trying to clean the microwave by hand. Clean it with steam. Cut a lemon in half, place it in a bowl and squeeze out the juice. Add 100 ml of water there. Heat this mixture for three minutes or until it boils. Leave the bowl of lemon water in the microwave for five minutes.
Steam, grease and carbon deposits will soften; all that remains is wipe them off with a rag. Don’t forget the turntable and sidewalls.
To avoid fiddling with the blender knife, pour hot water into a bowl, add a little liquid soap and run as you cook. From time to time, scrub it more thoroughly with a sponge to ensure that no food particles remain.
3. Coffee maker
Wash removable parts after each use. Clean them more thoroughly once a month. To do this, pour a mixture of vinegar and water in a 1: 1 ratio into the water tank. Turn on the coffee maker, stop in the middle of the cycle, and leave for half an hour. Then rerun it, Pour out the mixture, change the filter, and run the cycle twice with just water.
If IT accumulated plaque, it’s time to clean it properly. Pour some dish detergent into it, add 30 g of baking soda and water. Close the lid and turn on the multicooker for 1-4 hours at the highest temperature.
Remember to empty the crumb tray. If it is removable, take it out and wash it with warm water. If not, turn the toaster over and gently shake out the crumbs. To clean the inside of the toaster, use a baking brush. Then, wipe the outside with a damp cloth and mild detergent. If the surface is steel, add a small amount of vinegar for a shine.
If you have a gas stove, use a needle or an unbent paper clip to clean the burner holes. Soak all removable parts in hot soapy water. Then rinse them thoroughly and dry. Clean the hob with a damp cloth. It should not be too wet to prevent water from entering the burners.
Remember that the hotplates of electric stoves must not be immersed in water. To remove carbon deposits, mix baking soda with water to a grueling state and use this mixture.
Adapted and translated by Wiki Avenue Staff
Sources: Life hacker