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Move In/Move Out Cleaning Techniques in the Kitchen Cleaning thoroughly your new home, before moving in or in an opposite circumstance of moving out of your home, speaks well of your habit and attitude of being a person who loves a clean environment. The kitchen is a place where there is more activity and traffic done, than elsewhere in the house, and, therefore, it must be the first area, among the different parts of the house, that cleaning must first be performed. Using any of the following: a heavy-duty cleaner, like a wax or paste or you could use baking soda and water, may be applied to clean the refrigerator, using a sponge or heavy-duty cleaning cloth, but before doing this, it is important to unplug first the refrigerator. Remove the drawers and bins and wash them out and wash the inside walls and shelves, removing anything anything that can be removed and wash them separately in the kitchen sink. Proceed next to the freezer, check the inside, then wipe clean using a soft cloth. Move the fridge out from the wall and clean behind it, including the top part and its sides, as well as the handles and the plastic sealing that encases the doors. It is important when cleaning the stove to remove first the metal trays and racks and soak them in a sink that is prepared of hot, soapy water, and with a special brush, clean the surface of the stove. The next step is to clean the insides of the oven, applying an oven cleaner, and, when that is done, move to the hood and clean it with a grease remover, along with a sheet of brown paper placed over the stove to collect any drips that might fall from the hood. Remove the stove from the wall, once you have cleaned the top and front of the stove, and proceed in cleaning the back part, sides, front panel and temperature dials.
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A wood cleaner or a mild soap must be used if the surface of the kitchen cabinet and cabinet doors are made of wood, and when these areas are done cleaning, proceed to clean the inside drawers and handles, and if there are grease stains, use a combination of baking soda and water. Even if kitchen counters are easily cleaned, still clean the back splashes with a mild cleaner or a combination of baking soda and water, and if you see any cracks, clean between the cracks using a putty knife to remove any debris.
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By preparing a chlorine-free bleach solution, that is mixed with water and put in a spray bottle, clean scrub the kitchen sink and plugs and rinse them thoroughly, afterwards, and if the sink emits odors, this may be removed using a solution of baking soda and water and pour the solution down the drain.

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