Love dishing up tasty treats? Baking is a blast, but it can leave you with a messy kitchen.
Get the most out of your space with these 7 kitchen hacks.
Mixers can take up a lot of counter space and are difficult to get in and out of storage. If you bake often, this heavy-duty mixer lift can be a real life saver. Soft-closing, it can hold up to 60 lbs. Perfect for big-batch baking!
Stainless steel sinks are popular for their sleekness and durability. Keep your sink shining with by polishing it with flour. The process is simple—just make sure your sink is dry, then take a clean rag, ¼ cup of flour, and scrub! Make sure you wipe it away with another dry towel; trying to rinse it could earn you a clogged sink.
Need a dash of nutmeg or a pinch of cinnamon? Pull-out spice racks are great for keeping your baking essentials organized and out of the way. They also display all your spices, meaning you won’t have to dig through your pantry to find the right ingredient.
Wish you could get that fresh-baked cookie smell to linger a little longer? Try pouring a teaspoon or two of vanilla extract onto an oven-safe dish and heating at 300 degrees. Your kitchen will smell delectable even when nothing is baking.
Sponges left on wet counter tops—or worse, in the sink itself—invite bacteria growth. Sink front tip-out trays make it easy to keep scouring pads and sponges both sanitary and out of sight. Don’t finish off a good baking session with messy, moldy clean-up. Keep those sponges clean with a convenient tip-out tray.
Baking soda isn’t just for pastries. Pour a little down the drain, followed by boiling water, to nix odor and clear up the pipes. Note that this is a preventative measure, so it should not be used in lieu of drain cleaner for an already clogged sink.
Are you a cookie craftsman? Store all your cookie cutters in one place with a handy-dandy roll-out tray. Soft-gliding for easy access, this roll-out tray can store a variety of kitchen items, but, of course, we all know cookies take precedence.
We hope these hacks help you bake with ease. Visit one of our showrooms to pick up these convenient kitchen additions. Happy baking!
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