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7 Kitchen Cleaning Tricks That Really Work

The standard solutions for the kitchen cleaning can be very boring and can even prove to be less effective than some alternative ones. We at the House cleaners – Helpling summed up some of the unusual ways to clean your kitchen. These awesome tricks are not only very efficient and useful, but you will also feel like a scientist doing experiments in his lab. Above all, you will have fun and experience the kitchen like you’ve never done before. Here they are, the 7 kitchen cleaning tricks that really work!

  1. Remove oily, dusty kitchen grime

When you combine cooking oil with dust, you get a cleaning nightmare that accumulates on high surfaces in the kitchen. The solution isn’t distant at all – grab a microfiber cloth, dip it into in very hot water and remove the dirt. Make sure you constantly dip the cloth into the hot water, since the heat of the water softens the burnt oil – and you won’t have a problem returning the shine to your kitchen surfaces.

  1. Get the dirt out of your kitchen crevices

Design Open Mic: Connecting the Ecological Dots of Amazon Trade

Virginia Calkin challenged our Wednesday lunchers: how do you promote trade through a materials-rich region and downplay material exploitation? The peoples of the Amazon basin are particularly keen to find an answer. Following the 1960's discovery of oil and the recent proposal of new trade routes, rural Ecuador has become the subject of contentious battles for land and development.

Calkin represents a design studio hoping to stem the influx of unsustainable development by applying incentives to let the land alone, and engage locals in the conversation.

Energy Experts Say Coal Will Overtake Oil in 2020

China, Energy, Natural Gas, Crude Oil, Green Energy, Renewable Energy, Gasoline, Carbon Emissions, CO2, World Energy Congress, Wood Mackenzie, China Energy, India, United States, World Energy Use, Hydrocarbons, Hydrocarbon world, Sustainable Energy, Wood Mackenzie rising coal usage in china and india,

World coal usage is skyrocketing because of rising demand in China and India. At the World Energy Congress yesterday, energy consulting firm Wood Mackenzie stated that coal would surpass oil as the key fuel for the global economy by 2020 despite global government policies to reduce carbon emissions. With the rising demand for energy in China and India, experts predict there’s no stopping the world from being pushed further down the hydrocarbon hole as we move towards the next decade.

Finest Kitchen Worktops and Their Best Usage

Kitchen, being counted in one of the most used parts of a house, needs to be designed in a way that it becomes valuable both in terms of usage and looks. Though owners make extensive research for giving a new look, but one of the simplest ways is to choose the various types of kitchen worktops. These are being designed in a way that making usage of such furniture can itself make your kitchen look stunning.

Finest Kitchen Worktops 600x400 Finest Kitchen Worktops and Their Best Usage

Practical Usage of Kitchen Worktops:

Before you start searching or purchase, there are various things that need to be considered. Think about the practicalities like worktop maintenance and your work process. If you have a kid, then materials that can easily get scratch marks is never a beneficial choice.

Kitchen means you need to cook, that in turn means the materials needs to be heat resistant. For such purpose, granite worktops make a valuable choice as they allow moving the hot pans.

If hygiene is the priority, better decision lies in thinking about a material that is anti-bacterial in nature like stainless steel or Corian. But you need to note that it might scratch with regular usage and therefore working carefully is a necessity.

South Sudan and Kenya Sign Memorandum On Construction of Oil Pipeline

Sudan Tribune (Paris)-South Sudan and Kenya have signed a memorandum of understanding on the building of a oil pipeline from South Sudan to the Kenyan port of Lamu.