There are a lot of different tools and items that need to fit into a kitchen. Some are used on a daily basis when you are cooking your meals. These include things like pots and pans, knives, and cutting boards. Other items fall into the specialty category and are used less often. Wax paper, aluminum foil, cookie sheets and rolling pins all fall into this group. Because of the many different things that you need (or might need, depending on your latest cooking or baking project) kitchens are notoriously disorganized, and tricky for your Evanston maid service technician to clean. Implementing these organization tips might help your kitchen go from messy to functional and help you lead a healthier, happier life.
Create a hanging dispenser for rolled items.
Some of the many things that are kept in a kitchen that come in rolls include wax paper, aluminum foil, plastic wrap, and butchers’ paper. These things are usually kept in the boxes that they are sold in, and are stuffed into a cabinet or the pantry. Creating a hanging dispenser for them out of an old metal or plastic tray and mounting it on your wall or on the inside of a cabinet door, will make it easier for you to find the item that you need. It also prevents a mess from happening when you rummage through the drawers or cabinets looking for that “old roll of wax paper.”
Keep your pots and pans within reach.
A hanging wall rack designed for pots and pan – and their accompanying lids – can make it easy to access the specific pan that you need to finish cooking your meal. Plus, getting them up out of a cabinet frees that space up for other things. The only downside to this is the fact that you may need to specifically ask your maid service Evanston if they will clean them for you when they are hanging on the rack. This typically falls outside of the scope of a standard cleaning job.
Place a spinning “gizmo” holder on your counter.
These holders contain a number of differently sized spaces, and can hold everything from your kitchen scissors to can openers, wooden spoons and basting brushes – the “gizmos” in your kitchen. Although the holder does take up valuable counter space, the fact that it spins and can hold many different things, making them easier to find, designates it as a useful tool. You’ll also free up some drawer space, since those “gizmos” won’t be in it anymore. That is always helpful!Organizing your kitchen will make it more functional, as well as easier to clean. (Your Evanston maid service technician will certainly appreciate the latter.) Following these tips or using them as springboard for your own ideas will help you create a kitchen where you’ll be able to find what you need when you need it – without having to search for hours – and keep your most used items within reach. Either way, your kitchen will be a happier place to be!Copyright 2014 Fresh Tech Maid. We authorize the sharing of this article by establishing the link of this article on your website.