Are you missing these spots when you’re cleaning your kitchen?!

1. Inside your garbage can. Just rinse out and wash with a little soap and water. If you’re noticing your garbage has been smellier than usual, this. may help!

2. The cupboard under your sink. Whether you keep your garbage under your sink or not, this cupboard is bound to get dirty over time!

3. Under your fridge. Chances are there is a ton of lint, dirt, food, and pet hair hiding under there and your fridge really should be cleaned underneath at least once a year!

4. The floor of your pantry. You might be surprised by the crumbs you find! Add this to your regular vacuum routine- it’ll only take a second!

5. The feet of your chairs and barstools. Especially if you have pets in your home, the feet of your chairs might be picking up pet hair regularly.

1. Your Toaster

  • Pull out the crumb tray and shake it out, or simply flip it upside down to dispose of the morsels.
  • Hand wash the crumb tray with soap and water, then rinse it and let it dry before reinserting.
  • Wipe down the outside with a clean cloth dampened with some warm water and a little bit of soap. Make sure it is completely dry before you use it again.

2. Your Coffee Maker

  • Take the removable pieces out and wash with soap and water.
  • Using water and soap, wipe down the base with a clean, damp cloth. Let it dry before reassembling.
  • For a deep cleaning, run the coffee maker with equal parts water and vinegar, and run again with water.

3. Your Blender

  • Take out its removable pieces and wash them, either by hand with soap and water or in the dishwasher.
  • Wipe down the base with a clean cloth, with soap and water.
  • Let everything dry before reassembling the blender.
  • BONUS TIP: Run your blender full of soap and water after each use.

4. Your Air Fryer

  • Take out the removable pieces and hand wash them with dish soap, water, and a sponge.
  • Soak them to remove any food that is stuck on. Use a non-scratch sponge to scrub.
  • Wipe down the base with a damp cloth and dry.

5. Your Kettle

  • Add equal parts water and vinegar to the kettle until it is about halfway full.
  • Bring to a boil; allow the boiled vinegar water mixture to sit in the kettle for 15 or 20 minutes.
  • Pour out the mixture and rinse the kettle. If there are still scales or gunk inside the kettle, use the rough side of a sponge to remove anything that is sticking around.

1. Start with a clean slate.

Take everything out of your pantry and throw away what’s expired or unwanted.

2. Categorize.

Look at what types of products are most commonly found in your pantry, and put them into categories. Give each category a zone in your pantry.

3. Invest in some bins & baskets.

Bins & baskets can keep products where they belong! Using clear bins can also keep things from getting lost.

4. Use a first-in, first-out system.

Regularly take inventory of what’s in your pantry and plan your meals around what needs to be used up! When you grocery shop, move the oldest products to the front of the pantry shelves.


Clean your Stovetop using the Luxe Method:

1. Wipe crumbs off with a wet microfibre cloth.
2. Squirt Vim all over your stovetop and use a wet sponge to spread it around.
3. Use a scratch-resistant scraper like this one to scrape burnt-on food and residue off the glass. This step is crucial!! 
4. Wipe the stovetop clean with a wet microfibre cloth. Use your choice of disinfectant.
5. Use a glass cloth like this one to polish the glass and make it sparkle!

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1. Get rid of old & expired food regularly.

No one wants to find that Tupperware container of mouldy broccoli in the back of the fridge, so save yourself the hassle by being proactive!

2. Clean up spills when they happen.

Spills solidify in the fridge really quickly, and will be easier to clean up right away rather than leaving them for even an hour!

3. Take inventory of your fridge.

Do this before you go grocery shopping so you don’t buy something you already have! A cluttered fridge is often a messy one!

4. Store perishable items in a visible place.

This will help you to remember to eat your food before it goes bad!

5. Invest in some containers.

Give your food a rightful place! Sometimes, we just need a good system and purchasing some bins to keep organized may help with just that!