Expert Kitchen-Related Moving Tips

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Kitchens should be some of the first areas to unpack after a residential move. In this blog entry, the professional moving team here at Noah’s Ark Moving and Storage will detail some great tips for kitchen-related moving queries.

Cleaning new kitchen space.

 

Before you unpack your belongings for your new kitchen, make sure to clean it. Use a high quality environmentally safe multipurpose cleaner, a clean brand new sponge and some bleach to disinfect your entire new kitchen. If you don’t have time to do this yourself, hire a cleaning specialist to do it. There’s nothing worse than unpacking all your supplies into a brand new kitchen and realizing that drawers or cabinets are sticky, full of crumbs, food refuse or other soiling. Make sure that your new kitchen is cleaned from top to bottom including floors, sinks, ovens, inside of drawers, curtains, and even ceiling fans. This will make your moving experience much more pleasant; it’s pleasurable to know that you’re in a brand new clean kitchen as soon as you move in without the need to have to worry about cleaning during the arduous process of moving.

 

Keep useful kitchen items at hand.

 

Have a box packed for essential items for the kitchen that you can unpack as soon as possible. Don’t pack all kitchen items in the same box, merging necessary items like forks and knives and bowls into a single box with items that you only use sometimes like popcorn poppers. Unpack this essential box of kitchen items as soon as possible, placing them in cabinets or on shelves that are easily accessible to your home.

 

You can leave other things to unpack the next day. Items that are rarely used should be put in high up cabinets in the back of pantries, or even stored in basement or garage spaces.

 

Kitchen Unpacking

 

Another important point is to unpack your kitchen first before any other rooms. You might want to make a good quality meal as soon as you’ve arrived at your new location and before unpacking the rest of your objects. If your kitchen is unusable you might end up spending a lot more money on takeout or at the supermarket on premade meals right after completing your move. If you’re trying to figure out what move to unpack first, the kitchen is always a good idea.

 

Purchase kitchen organizers

 

We recommend purchasing kitchen organizers that can help you keep your kitchen very functional and easy to use. Purchase kitchen organizers that have features like small shelves, small tubs and modular foundations, or even drawers to use inside cabinets. It’s nice to purchase all new functional and clean organizers for your brand new kitchen, making you feel much more at home, much more organized, and put together and making the cooking process much more neat and efficient.

 

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Expert Kitchen-Related Moving Tips

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Kitchens should be some of the first areas to unpack after a residential move. In this blog entry, the professional moving team here at Noah’s Ark Moving and Storage will detail some great tips for kitchen-related moving queries.

Cleaning new kitchen space.

 

Before you unpack your belongings for your new kitchen, make sure to clean it. Use a high quality environmentally safe multipurpose cleaner, a clean brand new sponge and some bleach to disinfect your entire new kitchen. If you don’t have time to do this yourself, hire a cleaning specialist to do it. There’s nothing worse than unpacking all your supplies into a brand new kitchen and realizing that drawers or cabinets are sticky, full of crumbs, food refuse or other soiling. Make sure that your new kitchen is cleaned from top to bottom including floors, sinks, ovens, inside of drawers, curtains, and even ceiling fans. This will make your moving experience much more pleasant; it’s pleasurable to know that you’re in a brand new clean kitchen as soon as you move in without the need to have to worry about cleaning during the arduous process of moving.

 

Keep useful kitchen items at hand.

 

Have a box packed for essential items for the kitchen that you can unpack as soon as possible. Don’t pack all kitchen items in the same box, merging necessary items like forks and knives and bowls into a single box with items that you only use sometimes like popcorn poppers. Unpack this essential box of kitchen items as soon as possible, placing them in cabinets or on shelves that are easily accessible to your home.

 

You can leave other things to unpack the next day. Items that are rarely used should be put in high up cabinets in the back of pantries, or even stored in basement or garage spaces.

 

Kitchen Unpacking

 

Another important point is to unpack your kitchen first before any other rooms. You might want to make a good quality meal as soon as you’ve arrived at your new location and before unpacking the rest of your objects. If your kitchen is unusable you might end up spending a lot more money on takeout or at the supermarket on premade meals right after completing your move. If you’re trying to figure out what move to unpack first, the kitchen is always a good idea.

 

Purchase kitchen organizers

 

We recommend purchasing kitchen organizers that can help you keep your kitchen very functional and easy to use. Purchase kitchen organizers that have features like small shelves, small tubs and modular foundations, or even drawers to use inside cabinets. It’s nice to purchase all new functional and clean organizers for your brand new kitchen, making you feel much more at home, much more organized, and put together and making the cooking process much more neat and efficient.

 

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