After cleaning the bathroom, my least favorite chore is cleaning my kitchen appliances.
No matter how carefully I tidy up after myself while cooking, little bits of food still end up wedged in the crevices of my stove.
It doesn’t matter how tightly I screw lids on the jars in my refrigerator, something is always destined to leak.
It seems like my oven, cooktop and microwave get grungy in the time it takes to fry an egg.
As part of my cleaning schedule, my kitchen appliances get a good deep-cleaning about every three months. Here’s how I tackle the job.
How to Clean Refrigerators and Freezers
What you need:
- A chart to help you decide what food to keep and what to toss
- A cooler large enough to hold the food in your freezer. In