Day 19 - Rest Day
Day 19 - Rest Day
Day 20 – Cutlery and Utensil Drawers
Take everything out and give the drawer a wipe down. Toss anything you don’t use or that is broken.
Plastic, silicone, and rubber kitchen utensils are easily stained. To remove these marks, make a baking soda paste and apply it to the stained areas using a scouring pad, sponge, or rag. Similarly, if you have stained plastic food containers for storing leftovers, use the same method. You can make the baking soda paste out of water or lemon juice, which will add a clean, fresh scent.
A stiff pastry brush or an old (clean) toothbrush are great for cleaning food remnants from your grater.
Day 21 - Other Cupboards
We have done food, plastics and cutlery already … now its time for all the other cupboards or drawers. Glasses and cups, pots, plates, dishes and other stuff … take them all out, wipe down the cupboard, toss anything that isn’t needed any more and re-organise.
Catch up day for me. I got most cupboards done. 2 left but they are all day jobs.
nice work Sookie
Day 22 - Wipe down cupboards, skirtings and kickboards – and finish any cupboards from yesterday
We have done the inside of the cupboards – now its time for the outside. Wipe down all the cupboards, skirtings and kickboards in the kitchen. Now your kitchen should hopefully be all sparkly and clean
Kitchen cupboards wiped out and wiped down. Floor washed and lounge vaccumed. Great start to the day.
I'm rather slow off the mark. I'm still working on the freezer and pantry.
im very slowly getting my walkin wardrobe sorted. I have gotten rid of three wire baskets, and tossed out a number of old clothes. the shoe collection is next, and then some more shelves. I have containers with " I don't know what" inside, and that is still to be tackled. I intend it to be all done this month,, I don't like to do things at a rush. marie.
Day 23 - – Clean Oven
A horrible task, but its so much nicer when your oven is all sparkly.
Remember though – this is supposed to be a 20 minute challenge. So, if your oven is going to take more than that, just do a bit.
If you do want to tackle it – and don’t want to use a harsh commercial oven cleaner – sprinkle about ½ cm layer of baking soda over the bottom of the oven, use a water spray to spray the baking soda until its well moist. Let the baking soda mixture sit overnight (spraying a few times to keep moist). I the morning, scrape the dried baking soda and grime off, and use a damp sponge to wipe. Rinse the residue off for a lovely clean oven without the chemicals.
A great tip is to line the bottom of your oven with one of those silicon BBQ mats that you buy at the $2 shop or even woollies sell them I think. Cut to size .. and they clean SOOOOO easily.
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