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Kitchen cleaning

As it is always an enourmous mess in the kitchen of the Spacelabs room, I've decided to make a small image-guided howto on cleaning this kitchen.

Desired state

This is the desired state of the kitchen after the cleaning process has fully taken place. Click on the image to zoom in to the larger version. Notice the homogenous colour of the tabletop and the acrylic litter can with a basis of toilet paper to extract water from used teabags.

Desired state

Algorithm

  1. Get a trash can
  2. Throw old teabags and other larger pieces of junk in the trash can
  3. Boil some water
  4. Pour some water in the washing-up bowl already available in the kitchen
  5. Pour about the same amount of boiled water in the bowl
  6. Some 'Allesreiniger' can be added to get a better effect on the greasy surface
  7. Take a rag, put it in the water, so that it is good wet
  8. Contort the rag. Ensure it is now not dripping wet, but merely moist
  9. Polish the surface of the table until it is clean
  10. If there are any other surfaces that want to be cleaned,
    then do so now,
    else they will never be
  11. Take any other objects that don't belong in the kitchen or that already have a place of their own away
  12. If your kitchen is now clean,
    then continue,
    else go back to point 7
  13. Throw the water - which is now dirty and the kitchen isn't - away
  14. Empty the acrylic litter can in the bigger trash can
  15. Put some sheets of toilet paper on the ground of the litter can
  16. As a good example, you could throw an old teabag in it, to show its purpose to others

Examples of false states

This picture is taken a few days after a kitchen cleaning process has taken place.

State before 9

This picture is taken a few days before a kitchen cleaning process has taken place.

State before 9