Enter for a Chance to Win This Guy Fieri Battle Station Knife Block

by in Contests, March 14th, 2013

Guy Fieri Battle Station Knife Block GiveawaySpring is right around the corner, and spring cleaning is synonymous with the season. If you’re starting with your kitchen, don’t forget to organize your knives, gadgets and more to keep them in tip top shape. One way to do this is to organize them in a knife block or on a magnetic knife strip. Don’t have either around? FN Dish is giving one lucky reader a chance to win a knife block.

This 17-slot Battle Station Block (pictured above) organizes all your knives and tools, and it stores them within hands reach on your counter — not in a cluttered drawer. The bottom comes equipped with five nonslip rubber feet for a sure grip on any surface.

Battle Station Block offers:

  • 5 kitchen knife slots
  • 8 steak knife slots
  • 1 slot for a sharpener
  • 1 slot for scissors
  • 1 slot for a grater/peeler
  • 1 slot for a meat thermometer

You can browse through Food Network Store’s collection of cutlery and knife blocks, or enter for a chance to win one. To enter: Tell us how you spring clean your kitchen in the comments. We’re giving away a Guy Fieri Battle Station Knife Block to one randomly selected commenter.

You may only comment once to be considered and you don’t have to purchase anything to win; a purchase will not increase your chances of winning. Odds depend on total number of entries. Void where prohibited. Only open to legal residents of 50 U.S. states, D.C. or Puerto Rico, and you must be at least 18 to win. For the first day of the giveaway, all entries (answers) must be entered between 3:00 p.m. EST on March 14 and 5 p.m. EST on March 18, 2013. Subject to full official rules. By leaving a comment on the blog, you acknowledge your acceptance of the Official Rules. ARV of each prize: approx. $80.00. Sponsor: Scripps Networks, LLC, d/b/a Food Network, 9721 Sherrill Blvd, Knoxville, TN 37932.

So tell us: How do you spring clean your kitchen?

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Comments (43)

  1. peacock007 says:

    I reorganize everything, throw out old stuff and make room for the new.

  2. @smithdw2026 says:

    Do a deep cleaning: toss old stuff, clean fridge coils, clean tops of cupboards and all the little hiding places stuff seems to collect in

  3. I clean from top to bottom. I start with the cabinets above my refrigerator and declutter all of my cabinets. I reorganize them so that it is more efficient. I also wash down the walls and wipe down areas that usually get neglected (such as the top of the refrigerator)

  4. Wendy Winston says:

    Concentrate on the bigger rooms and clean from top to bottom. Closets go next and then drawers. By day 3 we have bags of trash and more space to clutter up for the next cleaning.

  5. Wendy Winston says:

    Concentrate on the bigger rooms and clean from top to bottom. Closets go next and then drawers. By day 3 we have bags of trash and more space to clutter up for the next cleaning.

  6. Susan P. says:

    I clean my fridge inside and pull it out to clean the coils. Check the cupboards for old stuff.

  7. Lauren Riepl says:

    Where do i begin? It starts with cleaning inside all my cabinets and drawers. Take out all the silverware and cookware containers and clean them out. I clean my oven hood, the little vent slats in my oven, insides my oven and all the burners. Also i lift the oven top up and clean all the crumbs out of there. After that it's sweeping the floors, behind the stove and behind and under the fridge. Last but not least is taking everything out of my fridge and freezer, checking all the expiration dates, and labeling anything that might be considered a mystery item. I reorganize how all the food is in my fridge and freezer to make it easy to find. Luckily for me, I have a small kitchen and not too much space to clean.

  8. Cooperollie2 says:

    I do spring cleaning 4 times a year. I buy 4 large gallon jugs of white vinegar, which is wonderful and cost effective to clean with.. In January after the New Year i start by taking 1 jug , a bucket and lots of rags. I begin with doing inventory of my cabinets, refrigerator and pantry. I toss , donate and organize my treasures, then move throughout the kitchen, wiping the insides until i am done. Next I wipe down the wooden cabinets with Murphy's oil soap. The appliances get pulled out and vacuumed and wiped down inside and out with white vinegar. I change my valances , dish towels, and pot holders to reflect the season. Finally the floor is scrubbed and the kitchen looks great and feels fresh. I repeat this every 4 months. It's a great way to not feel overwhelmed, if you do it more often. Plus it keeps your items much more organized. The rest of my home gets a good wipe down also, after I am finished with the kitchen. Put good music on and get cleaning. It goes faster than you think!

  9. Linda Walker says:

    I don't Spring clean because my kitchen is always clean, thanks to my housekeeper. I'm too busy cooking. I do clean up afterwards but, I'm lucky enough to be able to pay someone to get down and dirty when necessary. That leaves me more time to plan menus for the daily lunches I prepare for 5 people. I love the planning and shopping part almost as much as cooking. I have my areas of expertise, as does my housekeeper.

  10. selah says:

    I have the whole family make a project of it! We all make a fun affair of it, trying to make it into a game, and giving out small prizes to whoever "cleaned this or that the best". For example, we had the Kitchen floor dash, where my two youngest got our two swifter mops, and raced across the kitchen floor from one end to the other. In the end, my daughter one, and got the little stuffed elephant, but leaving your other child out is never a good idea! So I am always prepared with another prize for trying his hardest, which I think I recall was a hot-wheels car. Anyway, turning a seemingly boring activity like spring cleaning into a fun-for-the-whole-family event is a great way to get your kids to pitch in, and for them to have fun!(: