I’m a janitor – my quick tip makes cleaning between your oven and countertop easier, it gets out that grease and grime

A CLEANER shared a trick that makes cleaning the area between the oven and the countertop more convenient.

The brush head will help remove grease and dirt easily.

A janitor shared an easy cleaning tip for your oven and countertops


A janitor shared an easy cleaning tip for your oven and countertopsCredit: TikTok / cleanthatup
It will make cleaning them more convenient


It will make cleaning them more convenientCredit: TikTok / cleanthatup

“Quick pro tip I wanted to share,” janitor and self-described “cleaner” @cleanthatup start in a TikTok videotapes

“If you want to clean the crack between your oven and your countertop, but don’t have time to pull the whole oven out, simply take a butter knife and a damp towel, and place it in the middle of the crack. and just gently, and slowly pull over.

“This will clean up any grease and dirt stuck between that surface.

“Works fast and great.”

In the caption, he talks more about his cleaning routine.

He writes: “Quick cleaning tip for cleaning between your oven and your countertop.

“Now if I have time, I like to take out the oven and clean the whole area.

“Someday that’s not an option so this works quickly and easily.”

Viewers left their own advice in the comments section of the video.

One person wrote: “Sometimes I use a spatula to whip the cake with a towel.

“I use a 1-inch paintbrush. Sweep away debris, then spray the brush and go back and forth to clean,” another said.

“I have rubber bands to cover the crease, and they’re great!” one said at last.

Russell Falcon

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