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After the living room, kitchen is the second personal space that can instantly transform your home. If you are thinking of decluttering your kitchen in a week read on for some simple tricks and tips that will help your cluttered kitchen look elegant in a week.
Kitchen makes the big difference in every home as it truly defines the distinct attitude and values of the people living in the home. Unlike any other room the kitchen can just sneak up on you and organising may seem like an endless task and there is no end to the guilt trip until you decide to roll up the sleeve and get things done.
Plan: It is very important to make well defined plans. It not so difficult to start make a small to do list to finish the task quickly. Make a list of all the cleaning agents you will require to clean the kitchen don't forget to include gloves and glass wipes. Once you have all this clear its as simple as organising a dining table. To declutter cutlery shelves make sure to empty one cabinet or drawer at a time.
Define Goals: Although your ultimate goal is a spotless clean kitchen set standards to scale when to stop. Generally when all the empty bottles and the dust is worn out and the cabinets start shining means you have reached the mark unless you have been hoarding a lot of junk in the kitchen and need to part away tagging them as collectables.
Cleaning: Start with the initial wipe down procedure. If you want to be sure you do not repeat the process for hours start from the top cabinets then follow with windows and doors and end with anything that is placed along the floor. Be sure to collect all the garbage in trash bags right away so once you are done all the garbage is ready to go out. For sinks and taps make sure you use special cleaning agents and be sure to wear gloves at all times. Be sure to clean the pantry area first so that way even if you drop some crumbs of cookies or spices you don't have to brush again before mopping the kitchen area clean.To keep it organised for a few more days first brushing the floor and then mopping at the end of everything will keep things in place for a while.