Except I am going to wait on that, because I just cleaned it with super toxic oven cleaner and there are still fumes and I don't want to get brain damag(der).
I am curious about what kind of individuals made up the group who got together and brainstormed about stovetop/oven colors and the absolute best idea they could come up with was to pair mustard yellow and baby blue. So gross. (The outside is yellow, the inside is blue.)
As part of my Intentional Living plans, Wednesday is Kitchen Day. In a fit of above-and-beyondness (and also because it needed to be done so, so, so very badly) I cleaned the oven and bleached the sinks. My sinks are porcelain, which means they have black spots all over from where the surface has been scratched and chipped by 30 years of abuse and I know not what. But now my sink is white and black as opposed to being white, black, and brown. It's the equivalent of a clean zebra as opposed to a zebra who has been rolling around in his own crap. (Note: my apologies to zebras if that's something you would never, ever do, and if what I just said is deeply offense.)
Am also working on the kitchen floor linoleum, except I keep finding conflicting information about what method is best for getting out the ground-in dirt I've mentioned before:
Never use ammonia
Use a scrub brush
Go buy some hard-core stuff
Never use anything stronger than dish soap
Strip the floors
The entire world will die if you strip the floors
Come ON, Internet. Get your dang story straight. Have almost decided to go with the white vinegar + hot water + scrub brush idea and will just have to ignore the minority who insist all those things are the equivalent of puppy murder.
Anybody done anything today you're proud of? (And please don't say that you read the entire Book of Mormon or saved a troubled youth or something because then I'll feel lame.)