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Tips On How To Keep Your Kitchen Towels Clean And Neat

by Amrita Patel Urban Creative


Introduction

The kitchen is the nucleus of a home, and its hub of activities, from cooking to utensil cleaning. However, it is impossible to complete the chores without a towel or kitchen linen.

Kitchen towels come in various choices like cotton and linen and synthetic fabrics like micro-fibre. In a world where resources are depleting fast, keeping your linen choices sustainable is the need of the hour. Investing in a good-quality, ethically-made kitchen apron that lasts you for years is the ideal option. Sounds like a plan? To help you get this right, Urban Creative brings a range of responsibly-designed, eco-friendly, durable aprons and reusable kitchen towels. So, add some cheer to your kitchen today!

But the question of how to clean these fabrics is a big one. You might be surprised to know the pools of bacteria and germs dirty kitchen linens bring to your food. If you don’t clean your kitchen towels regularly, they can trigger food poisoning and other health conditions.

So, while you buy organic kitchen linen from Urban Creative, also ensure to follow these simple fabric care hacks.

Taking Care of Your Kitchen Linen: Some Tips


Change towels consistently 

It is suggested that you avoid using one towel for more than one day; either wash the washcloths the night before and dry them to have them ready by the next morning or get a change of towels for the next day. Moreover, avoid using a used towel to dry clean dishes, as it could leave bacteria from the previous cleaning cycle onto the clean dishes. 

Cold water to remove stains

Before you begin the process of cleaning the linen, wash them in cold water first to remove the stain.


Soak them in warm water

Another way of washing kitchen towels is soaking them in warm water mixed with vinegar for about fifteen minutes. Then, add a pinch of baking soda to remove the odour.

Bleach for white linens

For white linens, add bleach to the load while washing them. However, do avoid chlorine bleach as it reduces the life of the linens. 

An additional tip is to soak your towels in a pot of hot water every month for up to 7 minutes. This method will kill any remaining bacteria and ensure your linens stay clean and odour free.

 

Conclusion

With these tips in mind, you can start contributing to the environment by buying sustainable kitchen linen online and ensuring that you take optimum care to extend the life cycle of these products.



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