Dirty dishes, sticky stovetops, messy microwaves... This week on Ask a Clean Person, host Jolie Kerr is taking on kitchen disasters with guest Kristin Appenbrink, freelance writer and contributing editor at The Kitchn. As it turns out, cooking oil is a big culprit in disgracing anyone's kitchen and as it becomes airborne, it settles, and attracts dust. But never fear! Jolie and Kristin dish out a few tips and tricks, some eco-friendly and some not, to scrub down the grime. Ever wondered how to clean your cast-iron and stainless cookwear? Tune in for answers and to hear Jolie wax poetic on Crystal Light! This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.
"One of the makers of oxygenated bleach, off the record, said to me that yes, one of the great uses for it is for cleaning a stained interior of a cast iron." [25:58]
"There's a difference between stained and dirty!" [28:26]
--Jolie Kerr on Ask a Clean Person