Pancake Day, February 21- in your Clean Kitchen

 

794px-Strawberry_on_pancakePancake Day, February 21- in your clean kitchen.

In the month of February we offer 50% OFF Refrigerator Cleaning (regular customers only) – yes that is 50% OFF

Call us and ask about this special offer (dont forget to mention Pancake Day! :))

We’re offering our cleaning services in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic and Union counties NJ.

 

 

Not only is it easier to cook and bake in a clean kitchen, but clean surfaces and storage containers will keep your family healthier and safer. Here are some reasons why it is imorrtant to keep your kitchen clean:

 

 

Prevent Foodborne Ilnesses

One of the biggest concerns about cleanliness in the kitchen is foodborne illness due to spoilage or cross-contamination. You know about safety precautions like using different cutting boards for meat and vegetables, always washing your hands after handling raw meats and cleaning the sink and countertops regularly.

Some of the biggest culprits introduced in food are: Salmonella, Campylobacter, pathogenic E coli and Listeria.Although foodborne illnesses are much more likely to present severe health risks to young children, older adults and those who are already ill, even a mild case of food poisoning is an experience to avoid.

Extend the Life of Your Appliances

 The kitchen is appliance central in most homes.Your garbage disposal, range hood, dishwasher, toaster, coffeemaker, food processor and other appliances will all work more efficiently when they’re clean.  When a vent or filter is dirty, an appliance has to work harder to do its job. That means a shorter useful life for that electric knife or electric potato peeler than if you’d kept it clean. Will a little dust or grease destroy all of your countertop gadgets? No, but the effects are cumulative, and prolonged neglect will do more than make your appliances a little sticky and unsightly.

 Be Safer

 Cleanliness isn’t just an aesthetic concern. It’s about safety, too. Drips on the floor from yesterday’s lemonade disaster could cause someone to take a tumble, and that oil slick on the stove from taco night may start a grease fire. The kitchen is one spot where water, high heat, electricity and sharp objects all come into close proximity, and the best way to control this environment is by keeping it clean and organized. No one plans on starting a kitchen fire, slipping on dribbled maple syrup or dropping the blade end of a greasy knife on a toe.

Save on Food Costs

 Have you ever noticed that letting one potato in the bag go moldy makes the rest rot faster, or that leaving a head of lettuce to liquefy in the crisper seems to have an adverse effect on all the other veggies in the drawer? Discard spoiling food immediately. Keep vegetables like potatoes and onions separated to prevent naturally occurring ethylene gas from turning them too quickly. Reduce the risk of encouraging bacterial growth by keeping your sink, refrigerator, cutting boards and stovetop clean. Americans waste a staggering 30 percent of the food they buy every year. Taking the time to tidy up will make it easier to reduce that figure and save some green at your house

On February 21 enjoy Pancakes Day in your clean, safe kitchen. Call us and schedule your appointment with us. We have some great offer for you!!
In the month of February we offer 50% OFF Refrigerator Cleaning   (regular customers only) –  yes that is 50% OFF

Call us and ask about this special offer (dont forget to mention Pancake Day! :))

 

 

 

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