Keeping Kitchen Tidy - 5 Best Hacks For Kitchen Organisation

Keeping Kitchen Tidy - 5 Best Hacks For Kitchen Organisation


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Keeping the kitchen tidy is indeed a tedious task. If you're like most of us, you've probably experienced the magnetic force that pulls clutter towards the kitchen. From gadgets to gizmos, it can often feel like your kitchen is staging a culinary takeover. We're here to help you regain control and transform your kitchen into a shining space. In this blog, we'll share five super easy hacks to keep your kitchen tidy and organised so you can make the most of this valuable space.

4 Ways To Keep Your Kitchen Tidy And Safe:

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Always Maintain Your Countertops Clean With Unnecessary Items

You always love your olive oil, a small batch of vinegar and spices lined up next to the stove or your mom's vintage mixed mixer. The more stuff you have, the more you have on your kitchen countertops, the harder it is to clean. Place the items and appliances you use all the time on your countertop and kitchen, and tidy around, behind and under them regularly. Always and forever, don't leave it out on the backsplash!

Clean Up Your Cooking Mess Immediately

After a very long time at work, making dinner for your family and kids, eating and getting everything into the dishwasher, it is not easy to glance at the stove that is scattered with grease and sauces that you have used to make your dinner or worse and think, That's okay, Let's wipe it up tomorrow. The only problem is that tomorrow will be the same story and pretty soon. Your stovetop will be caked with sticky cooking residue, attracting dust, kitchen flies, or other dirt. Cleaning them is the best solution for your stove and your countertop.

Clean Every Surface

You might not do it every day, but in regular kitchen cleaning, make sure you not only wipe your crumbs and spills but kitchen tidy and disinfect every surface in your kitchen, including your Hub and oven knobs, the entire face of your microwave, oven and other appliances. You always want to clean the vent hood, cabinet handles, light fixtures, baseboards and any decorative accessories and textures. Every surface in your kitchen can attract germs, and it looks close.

Change Your Dish Towels Regularly

Kitchen towels are the best way to transfer germs and bacteria from one part of your kitchen to another. This is often used multiple times before they've had a chance to fully dry and are used multiple times, that is drying your hands, drying dishes, wiping counters and cleaning up spills.

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To Keep Your Kitchen Tidy Forever, Decluttering Should Be A Daily Habit:

Kitchen Tidy - Decluttering Things

Let's remember the simple but super-effective tip: decluttering. Make it a daily habit, and you'll be amazed at the results. Not only will your kitchen sparkle, but you'll also slip into a healthy routine. Plus, say goodbye to those impulsive buys (guilty, right?) and save some bucks. Dedicate ten minutes daily to clear that kitchen counter and cabinet chaos. So, roll up those sleeves and let's start decluttering.

Read our all-in-one guide to clean your kitchen cabinets.

Doesn't Belong In The Kitchen? Don't Let It Linger Around:

Ideas for Tidy kitchen

Bid farewell to the things that need to find their way to other rooms (or a thrift shop)! A gentle and thoughtful approach to organising any space is minimalism. Frequently, we discover various items continuously residing on countertops, yet not all genuinely belong there. It's worth dedicating a moment to allow them to dwell peacefully in cupboards or drawers until their presence becomes essential. The minimalist lifestyle, particularly in the kitchen, has gained significant attention in recent years, as it cultivates a peaceful ambience for cooking, working, and hosting, ensuring a serene and inviting atmosphere.

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How Do You Organise Kitchen Countertops?

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Install A Pot Rack

Getting goods off the counter can be difficult if your kitchen lacks cupboard space. Instead of storing pots and pans in a cupboard or drawer, try putting them on a pot rack. Pot racks make grabbing products quicker and more efficient while keeping your worktops kitchen tidy.

Improve Corner Space

Hang shelves near workstations to keep canisters, cookbooks, and decorative serving pieces off the counter. In this modern kitchen tidy, a trio of stacked shelves makes the most of a problematic area between the end cabinet and window, as well as the dropped ceiling and backsplash.

Construct A Power Station

Make any drawer a charging station to keep electrical devices hidden and off countertops. Install a power strip in a nightstand, desk, and cabinet drawer to charge cell phones, tablets, or e-readers in a secure location.

Using Baskets To Organise

Make the most of limited countertop space through baskets and attractive canvas bins to gather tiny items that tend to sprawl across surfaces without a place to put them.

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Categories Into Zones For Easy Access And Sleek Outlook:

Sleek Outlook For Tidy Kitchen

Every kitchen will have some frequently used items that would be impossible to remove from the worktop. Stuff, such as an air fryer, kettle, coffee machine, etc., will occupy a permanent place on your worktop. Organising them into zones keeps your kitchen tidy. For your household's usage, arrange a mini coffee station, baking station, etc, on your worktop.

Apart from these, one should also set a daily routine for washing dishes and wiping countertops, clearing away spills and messes immediately to prevent buildup, etc. It will also be easy to maintain the kitchen if you schedule a weekly deep cleaning session to tackle hard-to-reach areas. This can also include thoroughly cleaning the microwave, refrigerators, and other kitchen appliances. Instead of taking up everything on yourself, you can encourage your family to get involved in keeping the kitchen tidy. You can also use natural and eco-friendly cleaning solutions for a chemical-free kitchen.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • How To Maintain Kitchen Surfaces?

Proper cleaning of worktops, sinks, and other kitchen surfaces to prolong their lifespan is vital to maintaining a neat kitchen surface. Avoid abrasive materials such as Marble or Granite that can damage delicate surfaces.

  • How Do You Incorporate Kitchen Tidy Habits Into Daily Life?

Start by making it a point to follow a routine of consistent cleaning. You can start with one space, like the kitchen, and slowly move on to the next space. You can reward yourself by celebrating small victories in maintaining a clean and organised kitchen.

  • What Are Some Of The Sustainable Kitchen Tidy Practices?

You can implement eco-friendly habits, such as reducing single-use plastic and composting kitchen scraps. Buying off-cut stones from Worktops for your DIY projects also prevents these stones from becoming debris and polluting the environment.

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