The British were told what to turn off in the kitchen before embarking on a long journey.

Lizzy Beasley, UK-based Magnet culinary expert, shares how you can keep your kitchen sanitary and safe before you take a long vacation. This has been reported To express.

“While it is important to ensure safety at home, the kitchen requires special preparation so that you can relax and return home with pleasure,” he said.

According to Beasley, kitchen appliances consume the most electricity even when in standby mode. Ovens, dishwashers, microwaves, washing machines, kettles, coffee makers, toasters and other desktop appliances must be turned off before leaving.

On the contrary, the refrigerator should be open, but a general cleaning should be carried out in it. It is better to throw away everything unnecessary and perishable, and take out the garbage. The coffee grounds must be cleaned so that mold does not form in the coffee machine.

Before the holiday, you should turn off the taps with water and clean all the mess with soda. The dishwasher is best left on. This will allow any persistent heat and moisture to escape, which encourages the growth of mold and microbes.

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Source: Gazeta

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