How to keep a clean kitchen

Posted on October 30, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized |

A simple rule for a clean kitchen is:  Dont let the dishes sit overnight.
When you wake up in the morning and see  a sinkful of dirty dishes, it is a psychic drain on your energy, and it is the ultimate pressure point for  kitchen.

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If that sink isn’t taken care of as part of your daily routine, soon you will have a kitchen full of dishes and if your dirty dishes are spread all over the counters, cleaning those off quickly will be impossible.  At which point, sweeping your floors and wiping down the table at night will seem like a waste of time.  AND,  not to mention you are just sending out an open invite to all the disease carrying insects in the neighborhood.

Believe it or not, the difference between a clean kitchen and a messy kitchen is really as simple as NOT LETTING THE DISHES SIT OVERNIGHT.

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Simple, but an incredibly useful tip. Mary is very good about this on the weekends and I try keeping up during the week, in general. But it’s helpful if you team up and get it done no matter.

I think my comment was lost. Maybe I forgot to “submit” but I said it is a simple but incredibly useful tip and Mary and I try to chip in together to get it done.

I wholeheartedly agree with this article. I usually enter and leave my house via the side door, which involves walking through the kitchen. Walking pass a clean sink leaves me feeling zen 🙂

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