I’m a furniture junkie.
My collection of vintage chairs, dining tables, and other classic pieces is now a big part of my living room decor, a place for my kids to take turns sitting on and enjoying the quiet beauty of a quiet space.
But I have to admit, the stuff I love the most, from my favorite movies to my favorite TV shows, often seem to get the short end of the stick in my kitchen.
There’s a reason why, when I say I’m “a furniture junkies,” I mean it.
For one thing, I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m in the thrall of vintage, vintage-inspired furniture.
If you’re a furniture fan and you know me, you’ve probably heard me talk about the retro charm of my collection.
I’m definitely not alone in that sentiment.
I’ve been fortunate enough to be surrounded by vintage furniture for years.
And yet, I also have an appreciation for what’s timeless and beautiful.
So it’s no surprise that I’ve made a point of collecting vintage pieces that don’t stink.
So how do you clean up your kitchen?
It’s easy, and it’s fun.
When it comes to cleaning up a kitchen, there’s no need to waste your time.
You can choose from a wide range of cleaning products and techniques to get rid of the stink.
I like to use a vinegar-based soap with my vinegar-free products.
That way, my kitchen becomes clean and fresh without needing to worry about bacteria or chemicals.
The only things you should avoid are perfumes, which are known to irritate your skin and can lead to an allergic reaction.
If using a vinegar soap, use only a few drops of the product at a time.
And if using a fragrance oil, make sure to use the oil only on a small area of your kitchen.
And if you’re still not sure what to do about the stench in your kitchen, you’re not alone.
Some people have a hard time with the smell of old-fashioned kitchen utensils.
But for the most part, most people will like the smell that they find in their own kitchens.
What’s your favorite cleanest kitchen?
Let us know in the comments below.