1. HOOKS AND RAILS
One way to get more out of kitchen shelves is by placing a few rails or hooks on the bottom to hang cups or cups. You'll see what a difference!
2. SUPPORT FOR PAN AND PAN CAPS
The supports for organizing pan lids and pans are very practical and end the chaos in the drawers.
3. THE RIGHT AND NECESSARY
If you are 3 in the family; 6 glasses, 6 cups, 6 flat plates and 6 hondos as daily crockery, will be more than enough.
Don't store broken crockery or games you already have 1 or 2 pieces left. It's not only unsightly but dangerous.
If you are looking for order in the kitchen to last, it will be easier for you to get it with all the same pieces, that can be stacked and fit on top of each other.
4. NON-SLIP SHEETS
Protects the interior of cabinets with special papers or vinyls for interiors of kitchen furniture.
Prevent moisture and chafing of pans and pots. They facilitate cleaning and will keep the closet as new for many years to come.
5. GLASS BETTER THAN PLASTIC
The products as containers for storing and cooking food should be made of glass and not plastic, not only for an environmental issue, but for health.
Glass toads do not release particles or hazardous components. They preserve the taste of food and withstand temperatures of up to 300o in cooking and -40o in freezing.
6. CUTTING-EDGE RECYCLING
Who said dumpsters had to be ugly as standard?
There is no organizational item that I like the most and that more style contributes to a kitchen than a bucket of design waste.
7. THE COVERED
It is very important a cutlery that fits perfectly in the drawer of your kitchen and adapts as much as possible to your utensils. If necessary buy 2. One for cutlery and one for larger parts.
8. CREATE YOUR OWN NATURAL CLEANING PRODUCTS
Buy several sprayers and fill them with the following natural products:
- Preparation of water and vinegar in equal parts
- Cleans and disinfects stainless steel countertops, sinks and appliances.
- Lemon juice
- Excellent ally against lime, tiles, gaskets and will even serve as a floor cleaner.
- Tea tree essential oil
- Remove odors and kill bacteria if you add a few drops to the laundry.
- Sodium bicarbonate
- Use it to clean the ceramic hob and stoves.
- Unbeatable pesticide, deodorizer and uncovering drains.
If when you open drawers or kitchen cabinets you find your children's toys, finished bottle corks and an army of plastic bags, you have a problem of order. And maybe it's time to remedy it.
Setting the order in the kitchen and getting it maintained is not as difficult as it seems. The most important thing is that you take some time to study the space you have and the content you have. Once you have planned the organizational work it will be very easy to place everything conveniently.
It's time to get down to business!
Make the most of your kitchen by following my tips and keys of order and cleanliness in the kitchen.
4 EXPERT KEYS
- Clear.The kitchen is neither a museum nor a sanctuary, nor the fridge the family photo album and even less the crafts folder of your children. So, don't overload it.
- Accessibility. Place everyday utensils and other equipment in easily accessible sites such as front shelves and top drawers.
- CHRISTMAS EVERY DAY. Wedding crockery, bohemian glassware and silver cutlery are for use and enjoy, not as museum pieces.
- BANISH HIM JUST IN CASE. There are no second chances for what is not used. Mercilessly banish all the gadgets you've been accumulating for years and still keep their original box.