How To Remove Bacteria From Your Kitchen With These Simple Steps

Being healthy means you eat healthy and stay healthy. Bearing these two in mind, your kitchen should be first priority when it comes to cleanliness. According to a report by University of Rochester, bacteria is capable of spreading anywhere in the kitchen. It can spread from one place to another without even you knowing it. This means bacteria can easily spread from the garbage trash on your kitchen to your food. This can easily cause food-borne disease.

The solution of this problem is to make sure that you keep your kitchen clean always. The use of ingredients such as alcohol, baking soda, vinegar and lemon can be used effectively to eradicate any bacteria that may have found its way into your kitchen. With this DIYS, it means you need not to have any professional cleaner to clean up your kitchen.

Here are some ingredients to use in cleaning your kitchen.

#1 Vinegar. Mix vinegar with water and store them in a spray bottle. You may add essential oils like tea tree, cinnamon, lemon, orange, eucalyptus and lavender among other to add fragrance. You can use wipes when cleaning.

#2 Baking soda. In preparing baking soda cleaning agent, take four small cups of hot water, add another cup of vinegar and 2 tablespoons of baking soda. Use this mixture to clean up your kitchen. You may add lemon juice and essential oil for fragrance.

#3 Alcohol. Mix equal quantity of alcohol and water. Add some few drops of essential oil to clear the alcohol smell. You may add ¼ baking soda. This mixture will work as natural disinfectant.


When disinfecting, make sure the place is clean of any dirt. Disinfecting does not clean the surface but kills any bacteria that may be found on the surface. Shake the disinfectant mixture well, spray the targeted area and leave in for about 10 minutes then you clean up by wiping. Make sure the wipe stays clean or else you will require to use multiple wipes. Microfibre clothes work well for disinfecting.

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