The Kitchen: Getting rid of bacteria.

Hi guys! Today we’re going to talk about the soul of your home, the birthplace of culinary experiences, mom’s kingdom (and some dad’s), THE KITCHEN.

This day in age, disinfecting your home is a MUST so we’re going to be sharing some tips to help you achieve a Pristine kitchen.

The first thing to keep in mind if you want a disinfected kitchen is to keep your hands and all surfaces and utensils that come into contact with food, CLEAN. However, shouldn’t something be said about the instruments that you use to keep those surfaces clean? Ohh yes, we’re going there!

The most effective method to KEEP DISHCLOTHS, AND TOWELS CLEAN

A damp dishcloth can become a reproducing ground for germs, particularly whenever left folded up to dry. Utilizing it again before appropriately cleaning implies germs can spread to different surfaces in the kitchen. Dishcloths ought to be flushed (ideally in high temp water) and hung or spread out level after each use to evade the warm, clammy surfaces for microbes to develop.

Ideally, we should wash dishcloths at regular intervals utilizing the hot cycle on your washer. In the event that you’ve used a dishcloth to wipe up after ‘higher hazard’ food buildups (crude meat/poultry/fish, crude vegetables) at that point you ought to supplant it quickly with a new one. Even better, use paper towels to tidy up spills, particularly squeezes from crude meat, poultry, and fish. At that point promptly discard the paper towels.

If there’s a noticeable smell from your dishcloth, then it’s definitely time to change it.


That crude meat squeeze that you wash off your cutting board and blade while fixing dinner goes down the sink drain.

So it’s must to disinfect your sink and drain, regularly as possible.

Dishcloths can hold germs regardless of how often you clean them. So as to help decline the dangers of contamination in the kitchen, use paper towels for all those dirty corners.


It requires some investment and exertion to keep up a perfect kitchen. With regards to kitchen wrecks, it’s ideal to go after paper towels so as to keep away from microscopic organisms.

TIP: If you use your paper towels for non-chemical or non-oily spills, you can put them in your compost bin.

That’s it for today. I hope you enjoyed our tips and we will see you next time. Have a great week!

Founder & Director
In 2003, Becky started her own cleaning business based in western suburbs of Perth. With 20 years’ experience, she understands that cleaning is not just about scrubbing bathrooms and washing floors. Cleaning is more holistic than that, it encompasses routine and time management along with excellent customer service and reliability.