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A Modular Kitchen Cleaning Schedule with Daily, Weekly, Monthly, and Annual Checks


Frequent cleaning is necessary to preserve the lifespan of your modular kitchen.

Your dream modular kitchen will become the center of attention in your house after you've made the investment. Everyday tasks leave their imprint, whether you're making salads or cooking meals for the family. Appliances get splattered with oil, dust builds up in cupboards, and counters take the worst of it. Regular cleaning is essential to keeping your kitchen looking like new for years to come.

Despite the misconception that cleaning requires arduous and time-consuming work, modest everyday efforts may greatly prolong the life of your modular kitchen. The daily, weekly, monthly, and annual cleaning duties are broken out in the plan and checklist that follow.

Best Tip: Print the list, then keep it on your refrigerator in a clear folder. Once activities are accomplished, just cross them off with a whiteboard marker and wipe the list clean to reuse.

Checklist for Daily Cleaning:

Cooktop: At the end of the day, use a solution of baking soda and water. To avoid scratches, do not scrub too vigorously.
Sink: Scrub the sink with a scrub brush and use a lemon-vinegar combination instead of dish soap. After each meal, clean up.
Countertop: At the end of the day, use a soft sponge and a moderate cleaning solution diluted in water or lemon juice.
Kitchen floor: mop every other day and broom everyday (if there aren't any spills or oil stains).

Weekly Schedule for Cleaning:

Kitchen Cabinet Surface: Use a microfiber cloth to clean it down.
Use a toothbrush and tile cleaner on your tiles. Reduce the frequency of joint cleaning to prevent scratches.
Kitchen appliances: Add lemon juice and lukewarm water. Wash the microwave and refrigerator inside.

Monthly Schedule for Cleaning:

Inside Kitchen Cabinets and Drawers: Empty, throw away any expired goods, and use a sponge or soft cloth to wipe the shelves.
To maintain the shine of pipes and faucets, use diluted vinegar.
Ceiling Fans: Use a dry towel or broom to clean the fan. Make sure the countertops are clear of any open food.

Annual Housekeeping Checklist:

Use vinegar and warm water to clean exhaust fans and vents. If in doubt, seek expert advice.
Use diluted vinegar water in your chimney. Seek expert guidance as necessary.
You can keep a clean modular kitchen looking as good as the day it was built by following these easy measures. A cheerful kitchen is one that is tidy!

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