Fall Cleaning Guide: Tips For Cleaning Your Kitchen

Fall Cleaning Guide: Tips For Cleaning Your Kitchen

The leaves have started to change color and the scent of pumpkin spice is filling the air, which can only mean one thing, fall is here. Although you might be eager to break out your scented candles and sweaters, don’t forget that with changing seasons, your kitchen cleaning routine may also need a few changes. However, if you are not sure about where to get started, here are some tips to help you focus on the most important areas of your kitchen. 


Fall is the perfect milestone to get your stove back in tip-top condition. Here’s an easy tip for cleaning your stovetop: sprinkle some baking soda on the surface then spray some white vinegar on it before letting it sit for 10 minutes. To wipe it clean, use a clean cloth dipped in lukewarm water. Rinse and repeat until you get desired results. 

Inside The Oven

To get your oven back in shape for baking fall delicacies, you would want to give it a deep clean. Start by removing all the content from inside the oven. Make a cleaning paste by adding half a cup of baking soda and water. Apply this paste to the interior of the oven and allow the mixture to rest overnight. In order to avoid dehydrating or damaging your skin, use gloves when handling the cleaning paste. In the morning, use a damp dishcloth to wipe off the oven. To get rid of the residual matter, spray white vinegar and wipe it down once more with a damp cloth. 


Whether it’s fall or any other season, refrigerators see a lot of action throughout the year. While it’s wise to clean them every 3-4 months, fall is the perfect time to clean the interior of your refrigerator. Start by removing all the contents and placing them neatly in a safe place. Soak the shelves in a mixture of dish soap and warm water for a few minutes, then rinse and wipe with a dry cloth. To clean the interior, spray white vinegar evenly on the entire surface and let it rest for 10 minutes before wiping it down with a damp cloth. This trusty method will not only leave your refrigerator looking squeaky clean but also get rid of any foul smell. 


Your microwave can quickly collect stains and greasy residue so you should clean them as frequently as possible. After all, no one wants to heat up their entree until the microwave is clean. Remove the glass tray and place a bowl filled with water and a tablespoon of white vinegar inside the microwave. Turn it on for 5-7 minutes and then wipe down with a damp dish cloth. All the crust and grease should slide right off. 

Pantry Shelves

Start by tossing anything that is past its prime into a separate bag. Decluttering can help your shelves look neat and tidy, but also eliminate expired foods that skipped your attention. Sweep out any dirt from the floors and wipe down the shelves before restocking. Now that you have some extra room, the only thing that remains is to make a list of items that you need and go shopping. 

Under The Sink

One of the most overlooked areas of our kitchen, the unit under the sink can be approached last for cleaning purposes. Empty out everything and give the entire cabinet a good scrub with some dish soap and water. Once clean, make a list of all the items that need to be restocked and replace them. 

The kitchen lies at the heart of your home, and it is no surprise that it will need more attention than other areas. While keeping everything squeaky clean can go a long way to boost the appeal of your kitchen, having the right accessories and cabinets can be a game changer for the aesthetics.  

At Tops Kitchen Cabinet, our goal is to help our patrons build their dream kitchen. To achieve that goal, we happily go the extra mile to help our customers make the right choice about kitchen cabinets, accessories, and more. To learn more about our cabinets and other products, feel free to contact our amazing team today. 


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