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You might think you are adequately cleaning your kitchen, but we reveal the 3 areas you could be overlooking that can be covered in germs! Fear not, they can be easily cleaned in the dishwasher.
Over knobs: Most can be removed and tossed into the dishwasher, which will easily clean all that built-up grime and grease.
Refrigerator shelves: These can also be removed and placed in the dishwasher (as long as they do not have LED lights) and this will help you saved time while you clean the inside walls your refrigerator. Also, we recommend removing and allowing them to reach room temperature before placing them in the dishwasher.
Sponges and brushes: Cleaning your dishes and cups with a clean sponge or brush is very important and these can quickly and easily get dirty. To cut down on the bacteria, place these items (as long as the handle is not wooden) in the dishwasher to disinfect them.
* Bonus tip: Also make sure to wash your cloth kitchen towels frequently, to cut down on germs in the kitchen.