Master chef tips: 7 easy ways to remove kitchen oil stains
By GB Blog Official 2016-10-22 1133 0
You’ve seen them literally everywhere: on the range hood, kitchen cabinets, floors, stove area, adjacent walls and even the ceiling.
They are all prominent places that get oil stains, and they’re very hard to clean up – until now!
Now, we have 7 easy tips to help you get rid off these stubborn oil stains more easily.
1. Candle wax
Daub candle wax gently on the ceramic tile juncture at the back of hearth – or any other severely afflicted area. Just wipe it off.
Make a mixture of water and vinegar with a ratio of 2:1. Vinegar is incredibly effective at removing the stubborn oil stains.
Apply the mixture with a cloth and wipe the stained area properly. It is also a great way to remove the grease from your kitchen walls and cabinets.
3. Rice water
An economic environmentally friendly way to fix the problem. Paint sticky rice water on the stove, wait for a while until it dries, then scrape it off gently – easy!
4. Baking soda
Mix baking soda and water. Wipe the oil stains with a sponge to lighten the oil stains. Use this method regularly until the stain is completely removed.
A mixture of warm water and detergent is very effective in cleaning oil stains. But be careful: due to its chemical composition, the detergent will cause damage to your skin and environment.
6. Lemon and baking soda
Lemon drops and baking soda are a superb combination to create a new grease remover. Mix baking soda in lemon juice and quickly rub oil stains; you can also use a lemon by itself.
7. Hot water
If the oil stain is fresh, then you can use hot water to clean off the stain immediately. It also can remove oil from the floor or other kitchen accessories instantly.
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