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Some people are passionate about cleaning and are always ready to fight any little dirt they find with their sponges and soap. Are you like this?
Or are you part of that relaxed group that doesn’t obsess over every little detail?
Did you know that the secret of a good cleaning is how frequently we maintain our house and kitchen utensils?
This way, we create habits that help us use our time more effectively, knowing that everything is perfect.
Some of these habits are:
Cleaning your chopping board
You surely have a board to chop vegetables and even meat, don’t you? Without proper cleaning, this utensil can put all of your family in danger.
Wooden spoons and bowls
Wood is a very porous material that absorbs lots of substances, like food residues and humidity.
Cleaning cloths and kitchen sponges
Did you know that areas where we store or prepare food have more bacteria and fecal contamination than anywhere else in your house?
This is where we put all kinds of foods, which then have to share a small ecosystem. So, it is necessary to organize foods according to their type to avoid cross-contamination.
That’s another kitchen utensil that participates in cross-contamination. Residues can get stuck in the blender, which asks for a good cleaning with antibacterial dish soap and water whenever it gets used.
According to experts, it is important to clean these items frequently to ensure your house is healthy.
If you do it already, share your experiences with us.
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