Kitchen Counter & Faucet Cleaning Tips

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Cleaning the kitchen counter and faucets is a part of good housekeeping, get expert house cleaning tips in this free video. View Video Transcript

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Paige Williams

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Hello my name is Paige and on behalf of Expert Village.com. Today we are talking about different ways to effectively clean your house. The kitchen is a big deal. I like a clean kitchen and sometimes my kitchen is a little bit hard to clean because I have white counter tops. However, good news it is not an impossibility. So I have found the best way to clean my counter tops is to use a Clorox Clean-up Bleach system or you can just use straight bleach or 409. I find that bleach works the best though because it is concentrated and gets the spots out. What you want to do is spray your counter, let it sit and take some warm water and after it has sat for a while, just wipe it off. You want to make sure that you get all of your edges as well like right here. Your cabinets. You get that fully fresh cleaned feeling. Another effective way of cleaning your kitchen and I’m going to let you in on a little secret is to shine up your faucets. This can also go for your bathrooms as well. I find that the best thing to do is actually not use water and a solvent or a cleaner to clean your faucets but to actually use a simple dry paper towel or cloth. What you want to do is simply rub your stainless steel. It will get out any marks and it will look great and it will look a lot better than if you had just used water and soap or comet. If your paper towel gets wet, just get another one and keep working on it and there you go. Simple dry cloth will clean and shine up your faucets better than anything else.