Easy hacks to makeover your kitchen this Ganesh Chaturthi
With Ganesh Chaturthi just around the corner, are you preparing to welcome Lord Ganesha into your home? The festival today is not just about worshipping the Lord, but also about meeting and greeting family and friends, and spreading the festive cheer. No celebration or ritual in India is complete without a lavish spread of food, and in this case, offering freshly prepared naivedyaor prasad is an integral part of the daily routine for the days you have the much beloved elephant-headed God in your house. Let’s take a quick look at some kitchen hacks that will help you prepare for the festive season.
While we’re all used to the idea of baking soda as an essential ingredient when baking the perfect cake, know that it is equally indispensable when it comes to cleaning your stove and other kitchen appliances. Mixing a portion of it with water to form a paste can do a job better than most chemical- laden cleaners can, leaving them sparkling clean and minus any unpleasant odours.
As you deep clean your kitchen this festival, ensure to make it free from cockroaches. These cockroaches are more smart and harmful as they appear. They escape from cleaning by hiding in hard to reach corners. They come behind the back, contaminate food & utensils with germs / bacteria. Unknowingly, we tend to consume these harmful germs and fall prey to food poisoning. To avoid all this, apply LAL HIT with kitchen deep cleaning. It comes with a Deep Reach Nozzle that kills even the Hidden Cockroaches. Keep your festive feasts safe from these disease carrying cockroaches and #saynotofoodpoisoning
Nothing can make your stainless-steel sink and drain sparkle like new than by using a mixture of lemon, vinegar and baking soda as an effective cleaning agent. Scrub clean the crevices with an old toothbrush and effectively eliminate all dust and grease. You’ll be left with shining surfaces for your efforts.
This simple hack will leave your microwave smelling fresh and clean, and get rid of any residual unpleasant odours. Simply pour white vinegar into a microwave safe mug, for a few minutes. Once done, remove the mug and wipe down the inside of the appliance with a damp cloth, and you’re good to go, with a microwave that looks as good as new.
During the festive season, we all like to bring out our best silverware, and rightly so. The magical way to get your silverware sparkling, is to drop it in a mixture of boiling water, baking soda and a piece of aluminium foil. Carefully pick it up with a pair of tongs, and leave to dry on a soft surface. A few seconds is all it takes to make the silver look like you’ve just brought it home from the store.
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