Indian kitchens are home to a number of fast paced activities making it the busiest place in the home. In our busy schedules when we are running around to get the things done we long for speed and convenience, and that convenience is being provided to us today through the invention of modular kitchens. If we look at the trend today, we can observe that modular kitchens are slowly taking over all over India. Modular kitchens offer you the luxury of convenience and along with that also help you to add a certain style quotient to your house. We see today that modular kitchens have redefined modern homes. Modular kitchens definitely make your work a whole lot easier, but it might be a task to maintain a modular kitchen. Since a modular kitchen is more expensive than a regular one, you want it to last longer owing to the increased expenditure.

1.Get Cleaning:

It is important that you clean up your kitchen on a regular basis. To clean the different drawers and racks of the modular kitchen you should use a mild cleanser with a soft cloth to achieve that shiny and long lasting look. Remember that if you clean regularly you will be able to prevent any deposition of dust or dirt on your cabinets. Further avoid using a harsh ingredient since it will make your surface rough in the long run.


2.Check the hinges:

If the opening and closing of the drawers happens quite frequently in the kitchen then there is a chance of the drawers to get unhinged over a period of time. Another case where this may take place is if you put a lot of weight on the drawers which may cause the fittings to come out. Therefore, the first measure which you need to adopt is to get high quality hinges installed in all the cabinets of your modular kitchen. Secondly, keep a regular check on your drawers to check whether there is any noise made by the hinges. This will help you keep a regular check on your kitchen and also help you get the necessary repairs done before it is too late.


3.Wall and tile care:

It is important to not just keep the cabinets and racks clean, but also have a regular cleanup of the walls and tiles to render that sparkling look to your kitchen. Clean the walls and tiles on a regular basis, at least on a weekly basis to avoid any kind of permanent staining on them. For this you may make use of a mild detergent or disinfectant spray to keep the walls and tiles clean and hygienic.

4.Deep clean once in a while:

The kitchen, just like any other room in the house also requires regular cleaning. This cleaning effort will help to make your kitchen more hygienic and make it easier to handle the kitchen space. A little discipline will go a long way in keeping your kitchen new and shiny.

So, go ahead, put on that cleaning cap and get ready for a session of deep cleaning kitchen weekend!


5.Paper it down:

By laying down a sheet of paper in your cabinets can prevent the dust from accumulating and getting into the difficult corners. This is truly a life-saving tip. However, keep in mind to change the paper once a month to keep your storage spaces dust-free!


6.Let some air in:

Cooking an Indian meal involves a lot of cooking on the stove which results in smells, oil stains and humidity due to the tropical conditions. Let in some fresh air which will provide some good ventilation to your modular kitchen and save it from deteriorating.