If you have a small kitchen finding items that will multitask is important. Here are some great products for your small kitchen. They also make great gifts for graduates moving into a first apartment or using a dorm kitchen.
Nancy Boy Dish & Laundry Soap
Small kitchens don't have the space for large bottles of dish soap, yet it's irritating to spend more per ounce for little bottles of dish soap. Nancy Boy's lavender-geranium classic dish soap is marvelous. One drop will provide you with tons of suds and fill your kitchen with fragrance. This super cleaner is also a green product. Did I mention that it smells good? The peppery-flower scent is neither masculine or feminine, just fantastic. You don't need room fresheners or potpourri--just do the dishes.
On the other hand, if you've had your friends over pizza and cards you may need something stronger. In this case use one of the room sprays. This spray doesn't just cover up odors with another odor. It neutralizes them and has its own clean, refreshing fragrance. The Signature scent proved the most popular with my testers because of its minty smell.
Healing Skin BC1 Burn Cream MD
This burn cream is an absolute must-have for any kitchen. It was created by a dermatologist and is the best burn cream I've ever used. It quickly releaves pain with lidocaine and has natural ingredients such as Arnica Montana flower extract, chamomile flower extract, aloe and vitamin E to speed healing and reduce scarring. Just as every kitchen should have a fire extinguisher it should also have Burn CreamMD.
I now have a favorite seasoning for corn on the cob. This blend of rosemary, garlic, salt and pepper is the perfect one seasoning for the tiny kitchen. Use it on pork loin, chicken, in chicken salad, on vegetables, pasta sauce, etc. Mix Roastmary into softened butter, form it into a log, wrap well, and freeze. You will have the perfectly seasoned butter available whenever you need it. If you don't have room for a rack full of spices make space for Roastmary.