Similarly, your home is also often a place for family gatherings. More specifically, the moment to eat ketupat opor ayam complete with sambal goreng goreng with your loved ones. Nyam! If this becomes a tradition, then one of the locations in the house that Opor hunters will often catch is the kitchen. The kitchen has an important function on religious days like today. Not only as a place to prepare dishes, but also save food, even a place to hangout together if your kitchen concept is open. With a lot of things happening in the kitchen, people pass by continuously, will get dirty and messy easily. So, what should be done to keep your kitchen clean? Reporting from Appartementtherapy, there are four things you must do to keep the kitchen clean.
First, get rid of all unnecessary things from the kitchen. For example, dirty napkins, expired drugs and vitamins, broken plates, or spoiled foods. Second, clean all existing eating utensils, from plates, spoons, forks, to knives. If odor arises, do not hesitate to spray the table surface with fragrance. However, if the odor comes from a garbage can, it is best to immediately throw the contents inside out. Third, clear the contents of the refrigerator. Expired foods or drinks should be removed immediately. Dispose of things that will only make the refrigerator look narrower, to make room for more fresh food or drinks.
Fourth, get rid of plastic storage boxes that have not been used. Similarly, kitchen spices that are not needed, should be stored temporarily in a storage cabinet.
Owners and residents must know how to care for and improve their homes for investment. If the house needs to be renovated, they also need to know some mistakes that must be avoided during repairs. It aims to ensure that the house can later be easily leased at a price that is reasonable according to the market in the area where the house is located. According to the founder of the house renovation consultant, Mamy Home, Amin Yusoff, there are three mistakes that homeowners often make when repairing their homes. These mistakes make them have to bear considerable costs and cannot rent or sell their property quickly and easily. The first mistake is that homeowners spend too much money so that it exceeds the limit, even though the house was built for investment.
“Homeowners spend more money than they should when renovating homes intended for investment,” Amin Yusoff said, as reported by the New Straits Times on Sunday (08/08/2018). He said, unlike a house that is made to be inhabited on its own, houses for investment must be renovated according to certain market segments. The second mistake is the owner renovating the house according to his own taste, not seeing the wishes of people in general. “Renovations are often carried out according to the needs and preferences of homeowners so that those who want to buy or rent must change the design, which in turn will burden the homeowner,” Amin said. The third mistake is the homeowner changes his mind about what kind of renovation plan will be implemented in his house. “The change of mind at the last minute made the owner spend more time, energy and costs from the initial plan,” he said.
The return on investment in the house will take longer if the owner spends too much time in planning and renovation. “Therefore, homeowners must focus on minimizing costs. However, at the same time, there are significant changes after the renovation,” he added.