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Which kitchen surface cleaner do you use?

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QueenKate Mon 04-Jul-11 18:07:11

My current work surface cleaner leaves a tacky residue (am I allowed to name it? I don't know the rules on this).
My previous one (an eco product) I was happy with but when used to quickly wipe over the hob it took the print off the control panel so you now have to remember or guess if you're my dh which knob controls which burner.

Any recommendations would be gratefully received smile

FreePeaceSweet Mon 04-Jul-11 23:11:18

I fill the sink with hot soapy water and a touch of bleach for the work surfaces during a thorough clean. I use whatever supermarket spray during quick clean ups. On the hob I recommend Cif cream cleaner with a sponge scourer. I have never found anything that works better.

lemonandhoney Mon 04-Jul-11 23:12:58

White vinegar. And a weak bleach solution once a week

SingingSands Mon 04-Jul-11 23:14:29

Hot water and a squirt of washing up liquid do it for my surfaces! Sometimes I use a bit of disinfectant, if I'm feeling very domesticated.

itshappenedagain Tue 05-Jul-11 10:48:57

dettol 4 in 1 spray, sometimes bleachy water usually for bolognase stains

QueenKate Tue 05-Jul-11 16:20:54

That's the one I currently use but it feels horrid afterwards and I find myself rinsing it with hot soapy water. Think I can save myself a step!

Thank you for your input smile

Fuzzywuzzywozabear Tue 05-Jul-11 19:42:06

I use hot water and washing up liquid too - if there is any bits that are like cement (eg. weetabix) I give it a spray with dettox first. I am very much a washing up liquid and disenfectant person for the majority of my cleaning, I don't go much on specialist cleaning products, I don't think they are necessary

ebbandflow Tue 05-Jul-11 19:46:15

You can name the product-gave up on kitchen cleaners I don't like strong bleach smell in them. I use hot water and washing up liquid. Sometimes a brillo pad if oven hobs are bad

Bert2e Tue 05-Jul-11 20:05:25

Just washing up liquid and hot water here as well - and Star Drops in various dilutions for everything else!

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