How to clean electrical appliances


Electric devices can be cleaned from mixing tools, mill, coffee maker, microwave oven, etc., by using a sponge soaked in warm water and soap to wipe the microwave inside. The hard spots can be eliminated by mixing two tablespoons of baking soda with a liter of water Wipe the stains with the mixture and then wipe it thoroughly with a damp cloth and then dry it. The hard spots can be cleaned in the microwave by putting a glass of water inside it to boil. The steam will help remove the stains easily, and it is important to clean the turntable thoroughly with soap and water.

For other electrical appliances, they can only be cleaned, and they can be used with each machine's manual and supplied with it when purchased to find out the most appropriate way to clean. Clean the dishwasher, if any, by running it empty. You can place baking soda or vinegar to sterilize it and wipe it with a damp cloth.

 Finishing The final touches to cleaning the kitchen include, among other things, cleaning the kitchen roof with a dust duster and cleaning and polishing walls. The walls are highly vulnerable to the accumulation of grease and fat stains, and the need to wipe the doors completely.