The kitchen is the heart of the household, and it is where food quality is crucial. Kitchen hygiene plays an essential role in keeping your food safe from lots of culprits – such as rats and roaches. Kitchen cleanliness also helps in protecting your edible items from other microscopic germs that can spoil your food, ultimately making you ill. Undoubtedly, an unhygienic kitchen can be a breeding place for many diseases and can result in food poisoning and other illnesses as well. In this blog post, we will discuss a few tips that can help you in keeping your kitchen clean.

Clean Kitchen

Food storage cleanliness

Maintaining clean and hygienic food storage areas is also an essential part of food hygiene rules. Make a habit of cleaning your kitchen cabinets and refrigerator periodically. Avoid storing leftovers and open food packets into cabinets as they may get infected by the germs and bugs. Also, consider storing your food items in sealed or plastic containers.  Additionally, keeping outdated/ expired food in your refrigerator for too long can damage other food items as well. Always pay extra attention to the cleanliness of the refrigerator. Refrigerators without proper care and sanitation can spread germs to food items, causing various diseases. Therefore, cleaning of the refrigerator is also an essential part of kitchen hygiene.

 Wash your kitchen cloths & towels regularly

 The most important thing you must add to your schedule of kitchen cleaning is regularly washing your kitchen cloths and towels. Cloths and towels you use while cleaning your kitchen counters and utensils carry a lot of germs and dirt. A regular wash may remove accumulated dirt. However, it will not remove accumulated bacteria and other harmful microorganisms. Therefore, it is recommended to launder kitchen cloths and towels in hot water to get rid of germs and bacteria.

 Cleaning kitchen appliances

 Regular use of kitchen appliances makes them a hotspot for bacteria and other harmful micro-organisms to accumulate. Make a schedule of cleaning your kitchen appliances such as oven, juicer, mixer, etc. if kitchen appliances are not regularly washed and properly cleaned, they can be a right living spot for debris and dirt – negatively impacting your health. We recommend using a natural based cleaner  with probiotics.

 Cleaning Kitchen sinks

 Your kitchen sink can be a breeding ground for bacteria if not cleaned thoroughly and regularly. Kitchen sinks are frequently used, and a lot of food waste is passed through it. It can soon become grimy and can accumulate a lot of germs. Therefore, it must be cleaned regularly. We recommend a natural based cleaner, such as Culleoka Company’s Natural Based Cleaner, containing probiotics that continue to eat away at bacteria long after you are done cleaning. It can be considered as one of the most crucial kitchen hygiene aspects of all. If your kitchen sink is not kept clean, germs can spread to other kitchen utilities as well. Always give your kitchen sink a quick spray with a natural based cleaner and scrub with a scourer to maintain a hygienic kitchen environment.

 Keep your Trash Can clean

 You need to clean your kitchen trash can daily. You certainly don’t want rotten food in your kitchen, affecting your kitchen environment. A dirty trash bin is surely a breeding ground for all kinds of bacteria and insects. Make sure that your trash can is always kept closed and ensure you clean it daily. Keeping it full for an extended period can cause bacteria build-up leading to an unhygienic kitchen environment.

 A Healthy Kitchen

 A clean Kitchen is a healthy kitchen. Remember to follow these tips to ensure that you kitchen stays sanitary so that your food remains free from germs and bacteria, resulting in a healthier lifestyle for you and your family.

 

~Sonny Hobbs,

Founder

Culleoka Company, LCC

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