Time tested and true, a white kitchen can be a pure white sparkling space. However, white shows up every little stain and speck of dirt. If your white kitchen starts to look a little grubby, that clean and bright look will disappear and leave you with a dingy, unclean-looking space. That is why you need to clean up your white kitchen regularly. Here are several tips to cleaning your white kitchen. Brighten dull white sinks, remove stains and maintain that sparkly look with household bleach. Lay paper towels flat across the bottom of the sink and soak them in bleach. This prevents the bleach from running straight down the plug hole. Leave the paper towels in place for half an hour to allow the bleach to do its job, then remove them and rinse the sink thoroughly with warm water. For a more natural solution, fill the sink with club soda and lemon juice to soak away stains. When you empty the sink, apply neat lemon juice directly to any stubborn stains.
You may have to repeat this process several times. Apply a natural solution of baking soda and water to clean white kitchen cabinets. Harsh chemical cleaners often leave a residue behind which can make surfaces appear streaky. Simply mix baking soda and warm water to create a runny paste and apply it with a clean, damp cloth. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. Then, do not forget to clean the grout between tiles on both the wall and floor. The cleaner your white tiles, the grubbier the grout will appear, so this is an important part of cleaning your white kitchen.