Nothing beats the feeling of making a delicious and sumptuous meal in your own kitchen. The thrill of knowing that your skills are being put to the test by very anal critics (your friends, and family perhaps?), and how you can singlehandedly deliver the meal of the year. Anyway, Kitchens are believed to be the most important area of any given home, that is why sometimes you just have to make an effort to clean up after every use.
I, myself, love to prepare and cook food for the people who is important to me. Cooking and preparing food for me is only half the battle. The real battle starts when you clean up. No matter how hard you try and clean the kitchen, it will always have something new for you to clean up… no matter how much of an expert you are in cleaning. Some people (like me) are not well-equipped cleaning materials for my kitchen that I have to improvise just to deliver good results. Today, I learned the value of a used toothbrush, not only can it reach the hard places and spots around your kitchen; it can also help clean your very oily, very gross kitchen sink.
Let us face it; an old used toothbrush has no other significant uses after you used it on your mouth for 3 months. Instead of buying scrubs and other cleaning utilities that you see on Supermarkets, use what you have. Not only does it save you money, you can also enjoy the benefit of not stepping outside just to get the necessary cleaning equipment.
The real question is aside from an old toothbrush, what else do you need? Well, for starters, detergents and bleach can work wonders to stainless steel finishes as it can turn a really oily stainless steel kitchen sink into a smooth, and shiny in a “you can almost see your reflection” kind of way. Known detergents like Domex, Lysol and such are a great cleaning aid with your good ‘ol toothbrush. You can enjoy a more clean, disease and almost germ-free kitchen any time of the day. The good thing about this as well is that you are NOT required to clean your Kitchen Sink everyday because seriously, how clean and shiny can it get? So remember, don’t just throw out your old toothbrush. Recycle and help make the world a better place.