Wash your kitchen with dishwashing liquid
The dishes are washed and dried on the dryer while you rest at the table. End of work, right? Nothing could be more wrong. There are still many places in the kitchen that need scrubbing to get rid of the dirt, food scraps and grease that arise from everyday use of the kitchen and food preparation. Fortunately, you don't have to leave the house and buy a special cleaner to clean every place in the kitchen. Pur dishwashing liquid is a great kitchen cleaner.
Countertop cleaner: use dishwashing liquid
Do you have an empty spray bottle on hand? Fill it with warm water and add one drop of Pur dishwashing liquid. Gently shake the bottle to mix the washing up liquid and water, then spray the countertop surfaces and use the solution as a cleaning agent. Wipe the countertops with a clean towel. Remember to refresh this mixture regularly to maintain its effectiveness.
If you do not have a spray bottle, you can alternatively pour a few drops of dishwashing liquid into a bowl of warm water. Soak a sponge in this solution until it absorbs the water and dishwashing liquid, then wring it well to prevent the water from dripping. Wipe the worktops with the soft side of the sponge to remove any dirt until they glow again.
This solution works great on most countertops, especially those that are prone to smudging. Streaks appear due to the grease on the surfaces. Most kitchen cleaners can sanitize or sanitize countertops, but only dishwashing liquid can easily get rid of the grease that is removed from pots and dishes every day. This solution is also an ideal solution for ceramic and glass countertop surfaces.
Cleaning of kitchen cabinets
How to unblock the drain
The harsh chemicals in many drain cleaners can weaken your plumbing, and calling a plumber to clear the drain is the last resort (and costly). In many cases, the obstruction of the drain is caused by grease, and this is easily dealt with by washing up liquid and water. Pour a large amount of Pur dishwashing liquid into the clogged drain in the sink. Meanwhile, fill the kettle with tap water and bring it to the boil. After a few minutes (allow the dishwashing liquid to seep through the plumbing and cover the blockages), pour the boiling water down the drain, allowing it to mix with the dishwashing liquid and drain the grease from the pipes.