While your family’s kitchen is the center of countless gatherings, it’s also the home of lingering odors and food remains. Keeping your kitchen clean can be a tedious task, but it doesn’t have to be!
Soft Scrub products can help keep your kitchen cleaner because it’s tough on stains, gentle on surfaces. Soft Scrub understands everyone has different wants and needs which is why we offer a variety of products.
Follow these tips to make sure you’re using the right products in the right places and keep your kitchen clean!
Counter Space: Soft Scrub Multi-Surface Gel is perfect for a wide variety of delicate stone surfaces. This easy rinse gel wipes away soapy film that often gets left behind on countertops, and leaves it clean and shiny! You can also use Soft Scrub Total All Purpose Cleaner to tackle food and other messes left behind.
Sink: The first step to maintaining a cleaner kitchen is preventing stains and grime in the first place. All sorts of food and beverages are put in the sink or down the garbage disposal. Don’t let these items sit for too long, otherwise they’ll create bigger messes for later! Do a quick clean up after each meal by applying Soft Scrub with Bleach Cleanser directly to the surface and rinse to wipe away.
Stovetop: Your stovetop is likely to see some of the worst grease and grime in your kitchen. The more extravagant food you cook, the messier it can get! Soft Scrub Gel with Bleach Cleaner cuts through even the toughest grease and oil. You can also use this same product on your non-stick or Teflon covered pans!
Microwave: With kids, your microwave is sure to see a lot of action! Since kids aren’t always careful, there is a probable chance cooked food will be stuck to the inside walls of your microwave followed by unpleasant smells. Don’t worry, Soft Scrub Total All Purpose Cleaner Bleach Spray can handle the job! If you’re having trouble seeing through your oven window, you can even use this product to clean the greasy residue on there too.
For more information on how to keep your kitchen cleaner, check out the “Surface Guide” portion of the site.