Pinterest Thursday – The Kitchen & Cleaning Your Glass Top Stove Top Review

When I got married, I think I lived in the kitchen. I loved having my own kitchen, baking, organizing, decorating, and…cleaning.

Nothing gets dirtier faster than the kitchen. (Except the bathroom and the laundry room. But that’s a whole other set of entries.)

I’ve lived in a lot of houses, I’ve gone through a lot of kitchens. The one I have now is not the worst, but not the best. I think it is probably one of the best and I really want to do some major work in there the first part of this year. Unfortunately, it’s not a massive McMansion kitchen like I see on Pinterest, but I think I can make it awesome.

I’ve found some really awesome ideas, that I could do, I’m just not sure how to actually make them happen.

The first thing I tried was:

The first few weeks of the year focused on the kitchen. It’s like they read my mind. Sadly, with teen boys what organizing I’ve done with my drawers/cabinets/pantry just does not last long. It’s an eternal cycle in this house. Makes me crazy, but it also makes me happy. I try to remind myself a messy pantry means full and happy boys!

This week I focused on my fridge. Ahhh, it’s all clean and organized again. I’m a weirdo so I like a clean fridge with certain things ¬†on certain shelves. OCD much? Yes.

Here’s an example of something I’d love to do, but I’m not sure how to accomplish it:

Page 2 for the Glass Top Stove Pin & Cleaning Review

2 Responses to “Pinterest Thursday – The Kitchen & Cleaning Your Glass Top Stove Top Review”
  1. Terrie says:

    I have a paste cleaner that beats all heck out of baking soda. It works on glass too. It gets my stuff shiny as all get-out. May be a problem for your stove top if it’s etched though. But if it’s deposits on it, the paste sold by Norwex ought to get it off. It’s pretty amazing stuff.

    • Lady Ozma says:

      There is supposed to be special cleaner at the store. I just don’t have any so I thought if baking soda worked, that’s all natural so woot. It definitely cleaned a lot of stuff off the stove-top and it was up against 3.5 years of crud. I’ll try this a couple of more times and see what it does.

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