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confine yourself after applying to allow the chemical to work in emulsifying dirt. Come back and clean it when the strong odor is gone. The living room is the central part of the house and the place where the family members gather during free time. It is furnished with different pieces of furniture for comfort and convenience. Regardless of how beautiful and attractive the room is, it must always be clean and orderly. Ways to Clean the Living Room: 1. Begin cleaning from the ceilings and walls down to the corners. 2. Gather collected from the corners with pans. 3. Dust/vacuum certain draperies. 4. Vacuum carpets and edges. 5. Clean ashtrays. 6. Dust furniture and accessories. 7. Sweep floors. 8. Polish floors with electric polisher. 9. Sanitize room. 10. Arrange room furnishings and accessories. 11. Replace soiled linens and curtains. 12. Arrange and file neatly the newspapers and magazines in a rack. The kitchen is the place where the family meals are prepared. Over the past few years, kitchen has evolved from a functional work area to a room that edged out the living room. Therefore, it should be the cleanest part of the house. Reminders in Cleaning the Kitchen: Clean cabinet regularly to avoid undesirable odor. Wash soiled dishes, pots and pans. Arrange and store cleaned dishes, pots and pans. Make sure they are dried before they are stored in the cabinet. Spray working areas regularly with disinfectants.
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Sterilize kitchen tools and equipment and keep them inside cabinets after using. Clean kitchen appliances. Polish fixtures. Mop and dry floors. Wipe tables and chairs. Arrange kitchen furniture. Replenish kitchen supplies. Ways to Keep Utensils and Equipment Clean Wash pots and pans immediately after use to save time and make the job easier. Air dry equipment whenever possible. Do not dry with dirty rags. Store utensils dry, clean and maintain in good condition. Set pans and covers upside down when storing them. Handle bowls, glassware and cups properly. Do not touch the rims of glasses and cups and the inside of the bowls, plates and saucers. Keep your hands off the lines of forks, blades of knives and the bowls of spoons. Ways to Wash Pots and Pans Soak used pots and pans in water. Hot water helps soften grease. Cold winter helps soften adhering cereal foods. Scrub with clean fiber brush or use a wire brush to remove burned food. Do not use steel wool. It breaks into small particles and may cling to the pan. Scrub the pan inside out well with a bristle brush and water detergent solution. Rinse pans in clean water then hot water for sanitation purpose. Pans should dry almost instantly after being rinsed in hot water. Store pans outside down on clean shelves or racks. Wrong Way of Washing Sort out glasses, plates, cutleries, pots and pans. You must only wash on one kind of sort at a time. To wash effectively, scrap food remnants then soak it in hot water to loosen fats and dirt, rinse well, apply a good kind of
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