A lot of people enjoy cooking dinners from scratch as opposed to heating up a ready meal. The downside to playing master chef in your kitchen is the amount of Domestic Cleaning London that is required afterwards. Not only do you have to clean the dirty plates and cutlery, there are also pots and pans, chopping boards, the grill and other bits that you used to create that gourmet meal of yours.
Sometimes we cook up enough food to last us another day, and we store the leftovers in the fridge in plastic containers. The problem with this is that certain sauces, particularly those with tomato as the main ingredient can leave orange stains in your plastic container, even after you’ve washed and scrubbed at it in the sink.
If you’re suffering from these sauce stains that make your plastic containers appear permanently dirty then follow these easy Domestic Cleaning London tips.
First of all, you will need the following ingredients:
- Baking Soda
- White Vinegar
- Kitchen Cloth
Now sprinkle a cup of baking soda into the stained plastic container and pour two cups of hot water inside. Place the lid firmly on the container and give it a good shake.
Next, use the kitchen cloth or a green scouring pad to scrub at the sides of the plastic container. Give it a good rinse with hot water and examine the results. You ought to notice a significant difference already.
If there are any remaining stains in the plastic container then soak a kitchen cloth in white vinegar and give them a good scrub.
Your plastic container should be completely free from stains now. Give it a final rinse in the sink and dry with a clean cloth.
Baking soda and white vinegar are the perfect Domestic Cleaning London ingredients because they come in handy for any number of sticky situations.
If you require a little help with the chores, you could always call a cleaning company that supplies regular domestic cleaners. Give us a call on 020 7470 9235 and we can arrange a Domestic Cleaning London schedule that is convenient and affordable for you.
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