Kitchen Published by Heriberto chucho, Friday, November 25th 2016, 00:14:50 AM.
Mold can grow in the kitchen! First and foremost, all homeowners should be aware of the potential for mold. Not surprisingly, most people only consider the possibility of mold growth when they think about their bathrooms. While it is true that showers create atmospheres of humidity and dampness and are prime for mildew, kitchen plumbing is susceptible to the invasive substance, as well.
What’s looking back at you, a dingy, boring wall? Or worse, an outdated faux paint job complete with ivy or fruit-themed stencil work? It’s time to make a change.
A clean kitchen begins with high levels of personal hygiene. Whether you are a homemaker, domestic help or a restaurant employee, be aware of the fact that you are a bacteria carrier and may pass diseases to others without being aware of it.
One or Two Sides It is important to understand you don’t have to continue with the same design you already have. If you have a one side, you can switch to two and vice versa with a sink unit. There are pros and cons to both of them. Think about how you prepare food and do your dishes and what would work the best for you. If you like the set up you have now, get a new one that is the same.
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