6 Ways to Prep Your Kitchen for Holiday Meals

The holidays are here! And along with them: the holiday houseguests. And holiday houseguests usually require a big fancy meal or two. So, you'll want to get your kitchen into tip-top shape. Because before you know it, you'll be pulling the ham out of the oven and dusting off those cookie cutters.

Grab your gloves and get your kitchen ready for the biggest meal of the year!
Microfiber Sponge Cloth

Spot clean Stainless Steel

Fingerprints on stainless steel are a never-ending battle. Wipe them away with our Microfiber Sponge Cloth and a mix of 1:2 vinegar and water. Remove streaks by rubbing a bit of baby oil with a second dry cloth. Flip over the cloth to polish.

Antibacterial Sponge

Sanitize the Stovetop

Start the season with a clean stove. Dampen an ANTIBACTERIAL Sponge with warm water and dish soap. Wipe thoroughly and then dry with a paper towel. For stubborn stains, make a paste of baking soda and water, and let it set for a few minutes before wiping away.

Wonder Mop

Don't Forget the Floors

Since your kitchen will likely be a busy place this season, we recommend sweeping everyday with the PRECISION ANGLE® BROOM to keep up on crumbs and mopping at least twice a week with the WONDER® Mop. Because of the WONDER® Mop's microfiber gripstrips, just a little bit of water helps to grab the dirt and grime.

Freedom Spray Mop

Pickup, Pronto!

Oh no! The in-laws are on their way over, and Fido just tracked mud all over your pristine floors! No worries because you can just spray, swipe, and go with the FREEDOM® SPRAY Mop. Keep it close by this holiday season for other unexpected messes.

All-Purpose Kitchen Brush

Scrub the Splatter Zone

We clean the countertops when they get showered with grease, but what about the surrounding areas? Use dish soap, warm water, and the ALL-PURPOSE KITCHEN BRUSH to combat the splatter zone next to your stove: the underside of your cabinets, inside the vent fan, and light fixtures and bulbs. Carefully wipe clean with a damp paper towel.

Smooth Feel Rubber Gloves

Refresh the Refrigerator

Make room for leftovers! Pull on your RUBBER GLOVES, grab the POWER SCRUB BRUSH, and go to town on the fridge. A cleaning mixture of dish soap and water usually does the trick, but baking soda is great for stuck-on messes. Don't forget to scrub the drawers, door seal, top, water dispenser, and underneath.

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