Kitchen Talk
September 28, 2007
Caring and maintaining your kitchen

We are still discussing kitchen care and maintenance. Every so often, we tend to forget that paying for the kitchen is only as half as important as taking care of it, unless we are millionaires, of course, where we can have it ripped out every two weeks. Even if we are millionaires, we would be too rich to take on the inconvenience that goes along with it, so we would take care of it.{{more}}

Most of us put the things we hardly use on the bottom shelves, in the back of our kitchen, and being that they are hardly used, they end up staying there for ages. The problem here is that some of these items are perfect breeding grounds for roaches – you know, those “small, little, tiny, puny” roachies that are so hard to kill. Those are the ones that take advantage of those spaces in your storage areas. They would stay there, breed down the whole place, and before you know it, you would be sharing your home with thousands of these little creatures… don’t even mention the heath hazards.

Clean and wash those items that you hardly use regularly, not daily, but as regularly as you can -whether it be every 3 or 4 months. That would give you control and enable you to check up on what’s going on in the cabinet, and if a trend starts developing, then you would be able to nip it in the bud. Keeping those roaches out of you kitchen would keep the air in the kitchen fresh and clean.

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