Kitchen cleaning: dirty hood 

Good hygiene in the kitchen is essential for your health and that of your family. Did you know that germs hide in places you who do not suspect? A wooden cutting board has more bacteria than a toilet seat. But how do you get it the clean and safe kitchen? What to look for? What products should be used to have a bacteria free kitchen?

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Wash your hands

Wash your hands before you start cooking. It seems simple, but many people skip this step. On hands that are not washed, are about 10 million bacteria. While cooking, you do not have better wipe with a kitchen towel or dishcloth because they already carry bacteria from the dishes. Make them clean with a paper towel. Use a kitchen towel no longer than two days. A kitchen towel can contain up to 150,000 bacteria per square cm.

If you have been working with raw meat, you better get your hands with warm water and soap. You can use Dettol but do certainly not daily. These resistant bacteria are often used when this antibacterial soap. So use it only after you have processed large quantities of raw meat with your hands. An ordinary hand soap is a must in the kitchen.

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Plastic cutting board: the best choice

Put vegetables or meat never just on the table, but rather use a plastic cutting board. The advantage of a plastic cutting board is that it holds less determine the bacteria which does do a wooden cutting board. Use one cutting board for meat and another for fruits and vegetables. For example, the bacteria in the meat can not be discharged into the vegetables.

How do you get the cutting board bacteria free?

Wash your cutting board is best in a dishwasher if you have one. The reason for this is the duration of the wash. A washing program can easily take an hour which means that the material gets a thorough cleaning. If you still want to wash the cutting board with the hand, you pour quite a degreasing product for you dunk it under boiling water and just soak. Also, clean your work surface with a regular cleaner or sporadically with Dettol. You can also regularly buy a new cutting board, but that might be less environmentally friendly.

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The hood

Dirty Hood: if you grab it!

To a lot of fat sticking hoods and especially dust. Fabrics that fall unnoticed into your food is not only unhygienic but also not appetizing. Regularly clean your hood solved with soda granules in hot water. Rub the soapy water with a slightly abrasive pad on the hood until all the grease disappears. There may, of course, no water used to clean the top of the hood, where the electrical wiring is. Do this with a damp cleaning cloth.

Clean the filters

Clean the filters of your hood every three months. If you do not then the filter holes, clog it with grease and the hood you will eat less smells good vacuuming. Moreover, worry clogged holes to fire. Put your filter in the dishwasher if you have one. If you would have no dishwasher or the filters are too big to stop them in, you can reuse soda granules. Reusable hot water in which the soda beads are solved and apply the same technique as with the hood. Be careful that you always leave soda granules dissolve in a bucket of hot water and not directly in your sink. During the dissolution soda namely very powerful and can cause discoloration of a metal sink.

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Way with your dishcloth

Did you know that a dishcloth one of the dirtiest attributes in the house? There are about 3.1 million bacteria sit on. So replace it as your towel every two days. Wring your dishcloth between good and hang to dry. That does not dry on the counter! Bacteria feel completely in their element in a damp cloth.

Wash dishcloths and kitchen towels at 90 ° C. Replace them regularly with new ones. Note the order in which you brush. Start with the free clean table, do the dishes and sweep until the final severely contaminated stove off. Also, sponges throw away after two days because of a sponge soon 1,500,000 bacteria are per square cm.

 

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