How to clean the kitchen?
Cleaning the kitchen can seem a little intimidating, but once you start, you’ll have a sense of rhythm and accomplishment. But how to properly clean the kitchen? Where should you start? We’ll teach you basic kitchen cleaning procedures so you can deal with all the major issues in your kitchen and learn how to clean like a pro.
Clean up the kitchen.
Clean sinks and pipes. Wash the container with warm soapy water and a sponge to prevent the growth of mold or water spots. Rinse the edge of the sink. Remove water stains from fixtures.
You can also clean your sink with a 1:2 ratio of baking soda and white vinegar. Just sprinkle baking soda around the sink, then add the white vinegar and let the mixture sit for a few minutes. 
Clean around the faucet.
Use a toothbrush dipped in warm soapy water to clean hard-to-reach faucets. Wipe off water stains with a dry cloth.
Get rid of mines.
If your water is high in minerals, you may notice mineral deposits. To remove these deposits, mix one part water with one part white vinegar. Gently wipe away residue with a rag. Wash the area and let it dry.
Continue to dispose of waste properly.
If your sink won’t drain, take it to the trash chute to remove anything that might be lurking there. It is also important to clean out the litter box regularly. Make frozen vinegar cubes in an ice bucket, throw them down the drain, and add boiling water as you rinse. This will also sharpen the blades of your chute.
Clean out your closet.
Whether they’re storing food, kitchen supplies, or your secret candy, clean out your cupboards from time to time. Throw out expired items and wipe the cabinets with a damp soapy cloth to remove dust and grime.
Clean the front of the cabinets.
Dirt and grease can accumulate on the front of the cabinet. Wipe and dry with a damp cloth to avoid color deterioration.
If you have wooden cabinets, consider using a cleaner made specifically for wood.
Empty your counter.
Do this every night after cooking. Clean countertops with a sponge and soapy water. Dry them with a clean cloth or kitchen paper.
You can also purchase some cleaners to clean your counters. There are plenty of antibacterial sprays, disposable wipes, and degreasers.
If your countertop is made of granite or stone, you should use a cleaner made specifically for that type of countertop.
Cleaning the hob
Clean the burner.
You should clean your gas or electric burner from time to time. Gas burners can be removed and hand washed with warm soapy water. If you’re lucky enough to have dishwasher-safe gas burners, throw them away after you’ve cleaned up excess food. For electric burners, remove dirt with a damp sponge.
The type of grate determines how the burner is cleaned. After disassembling the net, clean the net with a sponge. If you have a coated mesh, use a soft sponge.
Clean oven surfaces.
Use a sponge and soap or buy Clorox wipes to remove these stains. If grease spills on the reel, wipe it off immediately as it becomes hard and difficult to remove.
Use a wet razor or pumice stone to scrape off burnt food.