How to Clean These 4 Kitchen Areas with a Steam Cleaner

The kitchen is a place where many people gather to mix, mingle, prepare a meal and enjoy company.  But, because the kitchen is often a hub of gathering and food preparation, it is often filled with many germs, bacteria, stains, and dirt.  The last thing you want to introduce to your kitchen where food is prepared is harsh chemical cleaners.  Those chemicals could get onto the food you are preparing or breathed in which can lead to many different health conditions and illnesses.  A steam cleaner is an ideal cleaning tool for cleaning throughout your home including your kitchen.  Below are 4 areas within your kitchen that you can easily and effectively clean with a steam cleaner.

How to Clean These 4 Kitchen Areas with a Steam Cleaner

  1. Stove Tops or Ovens
    • Stove tops and ovens are notoriously difficult to clean because of things like cooking grease and caked on food. Fortunately, cleaning your stove top or oven does not need to be difficult or strenuous.  To clean your stove tops or ovens with a Vapamore steam cleaner you will want to turn your Vapamore steam cleaner to the medium-high heat setting.  Next, you will need a nylon brush, brass brush, extension tubes, and paper towels.  Once you have all of your attachments you will use your nylon brush over all of the surfaces you are cleaning.  Then you will use the brass brush for any interior oven grates to get any remaining residue or food particles.  Finally, you will wipe down all surfaces with paper towels to remove any remaining moisture that my be present.
  2. Small Appliances
    • Small appliances like a microwave, toaster oven, mixer, or any other small appliance gets dirty from time to time but you cannot exactly just put it in the dishwasher. With your steam cleaner set to medium heat you will need your nylon brush, detail nozzle, and paper towels.  Begin with your brush over all areas and then use your detail nozzle to clean any small corners and/or seams.  Finally, wipe down all surfaces with paper towels to remove residual moisture.
  3. Sinks, Faucets & Drains
    • Sinks, faucets, and drains can be some of the dirtiest surfaces in any house or office. With your steam cleaner set to medium-high heat use your nylon brush, detail nozzle and paper towels to get those areas sparkling clean.  Begin by using the brush over all areas and then with the detail nozzle clean the small corners and seams.  Finally, wipe down all surfaces with paper towels.
  4. Countertops
    • Countertops can be easily damaged by chemical cleaners or get chemicals onto your hands or food so a steam cleaner is a far better solution. Use your steam cleaner on the low-medium heat setting and grab your smooth surface squeegee, nylon brush, detail nozzle, and paper towels.  Begin by brushing over all areas then use your detail nozzle for small corners and seams.  Then, use the smooth surface squeegee to sanitize countertops by slowly passing over the area then wiping the area down with a paper towel.
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