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Rinse and Repeat :: Your Guide to a Clean & Organized Kitchen :: Step 31

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Your kitchen is now clean and organized. Now it's time to make sure it stays that way! Congratulations! I know you've worked extremely hard during this series and you're reaping the rewards. I personally want to thank you for sticking with it, especially since it took me so long to finish! The hard part has been done, but [...]

New Kitchen Supplies :: Your Guide to a Clean & Organized Kitchen :: Step 30

it's time to get new kitchen cleaning towels and scrubbies!

Your kitchen is clean and organized...don't you just love it! I think you deserve a reward. When you clean your kitchen every night - you are still doing that, right? - your cleaning products start to look a little...well, used. That's why I think you deserve some new fun, colorful cleaning products! You've been over every inch of your [...]

Meal Plan :: Your Guide to a Clean & Organized Kitchen :: Step 29

meal planning made easy

Your kitchen is clean and organized. Now it's time to USE it! What better way to do that then to cook, bake, and EAT! One of the things that make dinner time stress-free is to have a meal plan. Now, meal plans come in all shapes and sizes. Some like to write out every single bite [...]

Detail the Kitchen :: Your Guide to a Clean & Organized Kitchen :: Step 28

detail the kitchen

If you've been following along, the bulk of your kitchen should be spotless. Right?! Now, we're on to a smaller cleaning task, but one that you'll notice when you least expect it. I'm sure you know the benefits of a washing and vacuuming a vehicle. A clean vehicle makes it fun to drive your old [...]

Deep Clean Floors :: Your Guide to a Clean & Organized Kitchen :: Step 27

deep clean kitchen floors

We're nearing the end of the Clean and Organized Kitchen series and moving on down...to the floors! I don't know about you, but at the end of each day my kitchen floors look like a mini trash can. Apparently half of everything I cook ends up there. Can I blame it on the kids? Yes, [...]

Clean the Plasticware/Storage Container Cabinet :: Your Guide to a Clean & Organized Kitchen :: Step 13

clean out that storage container cabinet!

  Plasticware. It stains. It doesn't dry when you wash it in the dishwasher. And it's almost impossible to keep organized in your cabinets. At least when it's stored in the cabinet the baby likes to play in! If you can't tell, I'm sort of over plastic containers. I actually have my eye on these [...]

Clean Your Garbage Disposal :: Your Guide to a Clean & Organized Kitchen :: Step 12

EASY garbage disposal cleaning tips!

Have you seen those garbage disposal cleaning tablets at the store? The ones that that have a lemony smell that clean away the grime? Well, you can make your own quite easily. DIY Homemade Garbage Disposal Cleaning Tablets Ingredients: Vinegar Citrus slices or peelings Ice cube tray Directions: Slice a lemon, orange, or other citrus [...]

Your Guide to a Clean & Organized Kitchen :: Step 6

Your guide to a clean & organized kitchen :: the refrigerator. Read this series!

I took an unofficial poll on several months ago on Facebook where I asked what day you usually grocery shop. The majority of you said Saturday was your main day to buy groceries. Since today is Saturday, it's the perfect day to catch up on the previous 5 steps of the clean and organized kitchen series and [...]

Your Guide to a Clean & Organized Kitchen :: Step 4

easily clean your microwave

As we continue this journey of cleaning and organizing our kitchens, it's time to knock out another easy cleaning task...the microwave. Most of you probably clean your microwave every time you use it (insert sarcastic cough). But on the small chance your microwave is dirty, take a few minutes to wipe it out today. It takes [...]

Your Guide to a Clean & Organized Kitchen :: Step 3

is it time to clean your trash can? by @iDreamofClean

Your dishes are clean and you've cleared the clutter. That means today we're getting into the nitty gritty. We're going to start deep cleaning! We use trash bags. We may even have a hands-free trash can. Yet, somehow, there's always a leak, or a spill, or so much trashed stuffed in the can that last night's [...]