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15 Strategies for Spring Cleaning the Kitchen

Houzz Spring Cleaning

Scour our 15 ways to ditch the dirt and get rid of the gunk, leaving your kitchen spick and span in time for spring

Let’s face it: There are some chores that just slip to the wayside. Besides Martha Stewart, who has time to clean out the microwave and sweep underneath the refrigerator on a regular basis? But spring gives us all a chance to catch up. As the weather warms up, try starting off your spring cleaning regimen with the heart of the home — your kitchen.

Tip: As you’re cleaning, make a list of things that you need to replenish in your kitchen, from cleaning supplies to basic cooking items. Hand soap, dish soap, paper towels, olive oil — write it all down and make sure to leave room for it when you’re reorganizing.

Text by Vanessa BrunnerPhotos by ShelfGenie National, original photo on Houzz

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