By now you’ve probably seen or used at least one of these kitchen tools or appliances: a knife, a fork, a knife shears, a toothbrush, a screwdriver, a glass cleaner, or a dishwasher.
Some of these tools are good at what they do: cleaning your kitchen.
Others are not: the dishwasher, for example, is an excellent tool but doesn’t get rid the most of your dishes.
That said, there are other things that make them more useful than they actually are.
Some people use them to make sure they don’t forget their utensils or food when they go to bed, and that’s what I want to talk about.
Others, like me, use them as tools for cleaning their home and in a wide variety of situations.
Here are a few tools that we all use and find useful for various cleaning tasks.1.
A spoonful of bleach is a very handy tool for removing stubborn stains.
Use a small amount and a lot of it is likely to leave behind a visible stain, especially if it’s wet.2.
If you don’t have a dish-washing liquid, a little dish soap can be a good substitute.
I prefer to use dish soap that’s already made, so I can make a batch of it when I need it.3.
The spatula can be handy for cleaning your clothes.
It’s a little smaller than a spoon, so it won’t make a mess of your clothes, but you can still use it to scoop up dirty dishes.4.
The whisk can be good for removing small amounts of food residue.
It comes in handy for washing dishes or wiping away spilled food residue if you want to make a splashy dishwasher wipe.5.
The hair dryer is great for getting rid of loose hair or hair in the bathroom.
It can also help you clean out your pantry, so that you can find fresh ingredients.6.
The spoon can be useful for cleaning dishes when you’re working in a kitchen, or when you need to get your hands dirty.
I find the spatula to be especially useful for these kinds of tasks.
I use it for my hands to scrape off sticky bits of pasta and breadcrumbs from the back of my work utensil.7.
The dishwasher is an ideal tool for cleaning out spills.
I usually just use a small glass bowl or cup to wash dishes, but some people like to use a large bowl for dishes that are left over from cooking.
This is a great way to clean out dishes that you’re not able to reuse.8.
The toothbrush can be used to clean up small amounts in the kitchen.
It doesn’t remove large amounts of grit, and it won.t leave behind food residue, but it can help you get rid some of the residue on dishes.9.
A coffee filter is an awesome tool for keeping out dust and other microorganisms.
I always have one in my kitchen for extra cleanliness.
I don’t know why I didn’t think of it sooner.10.
The screwdriver is great when you have to clean a lot.
The large, flat, sharp tip can cut through hard plastic or other hard surfaces without leaving a permanent mark.
It also has the advantage of being quick to sharpen and to break in a new setting.11.
A toothbrush or toothpaste can be an effective way to get around the dishes you’re cleaning.
The tip can get a little sharp, but that’s because I always use my kitchen tools with a sharp edge.12.
A small bottle of dish soap is handy for making soap and water.
It works great if you’re making a soap for the bar, for instance.
Or it can be nice for when you wash dishes in the bathtub or shower.