Kitchen

Kitchen Items We're Storing Wrong

As we have found out numerous times, we've been living out entire lives doing things incorrectly. That includes items that are stored in the kitchen. Here are five kitchen items you may be storing the wrong way. If you place your sharp knives into a utensil drawer, you're doing it wrong. Not only...
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Solve That Stinky Sink Problem With These Cleaning Tips

While the garbage can gets most of the attention when it comes to bad kitchen smells, the kitchen sink can harbor some foul smells of its own thanks to all the food particles, grease and normal use. So here are some tips to rid your sink on stink! If you have a garbage disposal, fill your sink up...
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How Often Should You Clean Your Office Coffee Mug?

Somehow the rules for cleaning differ from your home and the office, especially when it comes to your coffee cup. While you run your dishwasher nightly at home, it’s likely been a few weeks (if not months) since your office coffee mug received more than a casual rinse. But is that setting you up...
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Adding A Cutting Board In Your Kitchen Adds Valuable Real Estate

It’s common sense that cutting board would be used and stored in the kitchen but there are some benefits to keeping a separate cutting board in the bathroom! It's a simple hack of engineering to create more real estate in an already crowded bathroom counter, a cutting board straddled over a side...
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Spruce Up Your Kitchen With These Inexpensive Updates

You kitchen needs some love! Let's face it, you spend a lot of time in there and when it comes to marketing, homebuyers usually are sold by the looks of your kitchen. So here's some quick ways to spruce it up for yourself or to sell it. #1-Display some art. Look for subject-appropriate art, like...
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Simple Way To Know When To Replace Cleaning Sponges

Let’s be honest, how long have you been using the same kitchen sponge? Studies say sponges are actually dirtier than toilets and that you should replace your sponge about every week, which most likely isn't happening. So a simple way you can track your sponge timeline is to grab a permanent marker...
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Does Clear Plastic Wrap Trick Traffic Cameras?

Foodies follow Gordon Ramsay as he offers many quality cooking hacks but when it comes to avoiding a speeding tickets, you shouldn't follow his lead. Apparently Hell's Kitchen's very own Gordon Ramsay cl aims that he covers his license plates in plastic cling wrap so he can avoid traffic cameras...
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Ways Toothpaste Can Work In the Kitchen

You'd expect to see a tube of toothpaste in the bathroom. But here are a few reasons to keep a tube in the kitchen. Gently rubbing non-gel toothpaste on water rings can remove them from a wooden table. Squirt a dab on your hands and rub it all around after cutting fish, onions, garlic and other...
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This Little Cotton Ball Trick Keeps Your Garbage Can From Smelling Bad

It's a constant problem in your kitchen and has been around as long as the garbage can itself. The unique aroma that can linger long after the garbage can has been emptied and the trash bag is been hauled away. There is a pretty simple solution you can begin to permanently keep the stench to a...
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Where Bugs Tend To Hang Out The Most In Your House

The estimated ratio of insects to humans is 200 million to one, which means there everywhere including our offices, cars, and homes. But where do these pest like to hang out in your home? While the kitchen and bathroom sounds like heaven for bugs, entomologists looked at 50 homes in Raleigh, North...
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