Rule # 1: The kitchen is a non-dumping zone
Never place anything on the kitchen counter or table when entering through the door. These are prohibited areas
To avoid dumping here, create an organized entry station where the items of the day can be temporarily stored and kept apart until needed.
Rule # 2: remove shoes at the door
Having everyone remove their shoes from the door helps keep cleanliness to a minimum.
Because as we know, the first place that everyone goes once inside the front door is the room where the sandwiches are: The kitchen, of course!
A shoe bank next to the door is an easy way to encourage you to remove the shoe and stop the dirt.
Rule # 3: eat alone in the kitchen and dining room
In addition to being able to control what children eat, by limiting food to the kitchen and dining room, this simple rule also helps keep the whole house clean.
Rule # 4 always ordered behind yourself
Always clean the cup behind you. If you are old enough to take your own snack or meal, you are old enough to clean something in the kitchen, such as storing dishes and cleaning the preparation area or the kitchen lid. (See cooking tasks for children by age.)
Rule # 5 Put dishes in the dishwasher after using them
Dirty dishes should be placed in the dishwasher, not in the kitchen sink.
Always put dirty dishes in the dishwasher, not in the sink. The dishwasher uses less water than washing dishes by hand.
Hand washes only larger and bulky items that do not fit or that should not be placed (wooden items) in the dishwasher.
The person who finds a full dishwasher should add dishwasher detergent and start the machine.
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Rule # 6: clean counters after use
Horrible way to live, with food on all countertops. Although insects do not necessarily think in this way. (Need I say more?) The meter cleaning rule after use helps keep the kitchen clean and hygienic.
Rule # 7: Close the doors of the cabinet that you open
Children and some adults are in the habit of leaving the doors of the cabinets open after carefully reading the contents. Cut this in the cocoon.
Make it a rule that everyone should close the doors of the cabinets they have opened. The same goes for the drawers.
Rule # 8: Ask to be excused from the table
Ask to be excused from the table, do not get up and leave. He is simply polite and respectful to the chef du jour, asking permission to be excused from the table.
Rule # 9: Ask before eating or eating a dessert
If children should receive permission before having a snack or a dessert, parents can control family nutrition, and they should be given enough time to ensure that the kitchen cleaning rules are followed.
Rule # 10: Bus your own license plate
If you eat and can get to the counter, the kitchen cleaning tips require that you bring your own plate. After all, it is fair that everyone contributes.
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