Refrigerator,Oven, Microwave, Toaster,
Range Hood,Fan and Washing Machine
- Refrigerator : The space behind your refrigerator is arguably the dirtiest couple of square feet in your house. It’s a meeting place for dust, gunk, and a host of other stuff that’s fallen behind the big guy.
- Stovetop and Oven : Most ovens have self-cleaning options. We heartily recommend letting the oven do the work for you. But there are a few spots the self-clean option doesn’t reach, such as the gunk around door hinges and frames, and the crumb-catching space between double ovens. You can wipe them up with vinegar or soapy water.
- Microwave : The best way to remove baked-on food is to fill a microwave-safe container with water, microwave it until the water boils, and let it sit for a few minutes while steam loosens any gunk. Wipe clean.
- Toaster : Unplug your toaster, pull out and wash its crumb catcher, and shake the machine over the sink to get rid of food. Dry thoroughly before plugging back in.
- Fan : Using a fan is a great way to stay cool during the hot weather. Over time, fans tend to accumulate a lot of dirt and dust that must be cleaned off in order for the fan to be effective. To prevent excess dirt buildup, a quick cleaning or dusting should be performed once a week. If your fan is really dirty, you may want to do a deeper cleaning with a surface cleaner and rag or microfiber cloth. Although it seems like using the fan would push off dust, smaller dust particles will stick to the surface of the fan regardless of how much you use it.