Why cleaning the kitchen regularly is so relevant?

Cleaning the kitchen is for sure one of the most unpleasant and hated by all tasks. You wake up every morning, go there for a crucial reviving cup of coffee and after a couple of minutes you leave. The era of the housewives, who have enough time for home maintenance, for their children and their hobbies is gone. Now you have time for almost nothing. After spending an hour in the tube/train/car you are at work and after 8 or 9 or 10 hours you are back home. The reality is harsh and exhausting.

You are almost always grumpy and there is no light in the end of the tunnel. So what you believe is that this is an excuse. Oh, dear, no one has time these days. If our resources are scarce, then time is the scarcest of them all. But skipping the kitchen cleaning might turn your life into a hell. Believe me.

The surfaces will get sticky. Gross

If you fail to clean the cupboards or the shelves or whatever other surface could be in the living room, it will get dusty and nothing more. If you, however, don’t perform a clean-up in the kitchen, where the meals are made or at least served, where the goods are stored, all of them, you risk having a kitchen, whose surface you would prefer not to touch. The sticky and oily shelves and cupboards is one of the worst cleaning nightmares. And it’s gross. No one would like to step into that kitchen thereafter. You too.

The appliance would become the hell itself

The oven, the microwave and even the coffee-maker and the toaster. They all need regular care and maintenance and if you fail to clean them on a weekly basis, they won’t be in the best condition possible.

Don’t forget the other rooms. In this article you can read about the bathroom cleaning.

I advice you to stop this process and start with SYK end of tenancy cleaning tips. Click here to see one of SYK’s blogs.