Master class: cleaning a kitchen apron with soda and vinegar

The kitchen apron is a real fighter of the invisible front, imperceptibly, but thoroughly contributes to the overall pollution of the kitchen. Spray of hot fat, steam from pots, dust and smoke settle on the apron, freeze, then stick layer by layer. The result is a very dirty and sticky surface.

When it comes to the general cleaning, the apron takes so much time and effort that many housewives ignore it, putting it off for later. Meanwhile, there is a simple and reliable way to clean a kitchen apron.

Important! cleaning is carried out by natural means without harmful chemicals!

We will need:

  • baking soda (common for baking);

  • table vinegar (any - apple, grape, etc.);

  • a bowl of hot water (about a liter, the hotter the better);

  • a rag, brush, soft plastic spatula, sponge - all that are convenient to clean.

We take a basin with water, vinegar, soda, a brush. You can work without gloves.

We dissolve a couple of tablespoons of soda in a basin with hot water, add vinegar (the volume does not matter - a tablespoon or a teaspoon, we focus on the area of ​​pollution), mix. The solution hissed slightly, this began the chemical interaction of the two reagents.

Attention! To avoid inhaling the pungent smell of vinegar, put on a face mask or take a deep breath next to the liquid.

It looked like a simple solution, but in reality it’s a very good way to clean out obese fat. It's all a chemical reaction!

Wet the brush, sponge or rag in the solution. It is most convenient to do this with a brush. With quick sharp movements, we apply the solution on the kitchen apron (on a small area), a little with an effort of three. The faster and sharper the movement, the better the fat will clear. Wipe with a cloth.

The trick is that it turns out to clean the kitchen apron well with the usual means that are in every kitchen. No need to be poisoned by caustic chemistry, hours to rub dirty stains - everything is brilliantly simple!

Tips and tricks for cleaning a kitchen apron:

  • if after each cooking wipe the apron with a dry soft cloth, then you don’t have to spend a lot of time cleaning it;

  • soda and vinegar are suitable for any surface (ceramic tile, brick, film, wallpaper, mirror, steel, plastic), except for natural marble and artificial and natural white stone;

  • Do not use sharp objects! It is better to leave a little dirt for the next session, but do not scrape with a knife or a sharp spatula.

  • A kitchen apron is cleaned not only for aesthetics, but also according to sanitary standards for the room where the food is prepared.