September 11, 2013
5 Simple Kitchen Sink Ideas That Really Work!
Feel like you spend a lot of time in the kitchen? Whether it’s cooking, eating, washing dishes, cleaning up, or helping with homework, the kitchen is the hub of the home. Today I’m sharing 5 super simple things that I do to keep the kitchen running smoothly. I hope today’s post gives you an idea or two of some great ways to save time, save money, or just be a little more efficient in your kitchen.
I use bar mop towels to wipe up messes and counters – my favorites are these white ones from Target. Add it up and it’s a huge cost savings if you switch from paper towels to these. Want to read more about this process? Go to this post.
I keep a sink scrubbing brush under the sink. I use it nightly with this homemade scrub and soap to wash and ‘shine’ my sink.
Having the area under my kitchen sink organized is essential for me to keep the kitchen clean and tidy. I try to keep it pretty and functional with a few tools like a lazy susan and a couple repurposed containers.
Washing a lot of dishes or rinsing dishes for the dishwasher? Put your silverware in a colander for easy rinsing or washing. No silverware caught in the garbage disposal or down the drain and you won’t need to fish out a knife from the bottom of your sink.
Keeping sponges and scrubbers accessible, but also open to the air for easy drying and less microbial growth and cute is important to me. I use a cute little vintage container for my sponges and a Fiesta tray to hold soap and dish soap.
How about you? What would you add to this little list?