Spray the mixture on and leave it. No need to rinse or scrub. If you currently have mildew, follow the above directions. Wait two hours and respray. Then wait 24 hours and spray a third time if necessary
Odors
Kitchen odors can be tough to eliminate.  One of the easiest ways to eliminate cooking odors is to place a bowl of ordinary baking soda in the problem area.  Baking soda absorbs the odor, and it is cheap to buy. Placing an open box of baking soda in the fridge also works wonders to eliminate odor.  Sprinkle baking soda in the bottom of a cat's litter box to keep odor down. Make a square box from aluminum foil, pour some vanilla extract in the box, and place in an oven that is set on "warm."  The vanilla extract, as it evaporates, will effectively eliminate odors in the kitchen.
Sanitizing the Cutting Board
Plastic and wooden cutting boards can be sanitized using a diluted liquid chlorine bleach solution. For this solution, combine one teaspoon of bleach to one quart of water. Pour the solution onto the entire surface area of the board and allow it to sit undisturbed for several minutes. Rinse the board clean with water. Allow it to air dry or use a clean cloth to dry it. If you prefer, you may use a vinegar solution in place of the bleach solution. Simply combine one part vinegar to five parts water. Use this solution in the same manner as the one explained for the bleach solution.
Aluminum Miniblinds: 
Putting off the job? Can't blame you, but here's an easier way to clean them. For general cleaning fill a spray bottle half full with water add a squirt or two of Ivory Liquid dish soap then finish filling with water. Ivory is inexpensive and makes a great all-purpose cleaner. Spray on a lint-free towel. Turn the slats toward you and wipe down going easy so you don't bend the slats. Reverse the slats, walk around behind the blinds and wipe once more. It only takes few minutes, so clean one set every time you dust to avoid that miserable buildup. If your blinds have reached the Cape of No Hope, removal becomes necessary. Pull up the tabs on each end and slide the blinds out. If the blind refuses to slide out, heat with a hair dryer for a few minutes. The heat expands the metal and they pull right out. Work early in the morning or later in the evening to avoid water-spotting problems. Hammer two nails into the side of your home and hang the blinds from the nails. Don't worry, it only takes a year for your neighbors to regain their composure from the laughter. Spray the blinds with a foaming bathroom cleaner (Dow is a good one). Spray the pull cords with shaving cream. When the dirt has left the scene of the grime flip the blind over, reverse the slats and spray again. Wipe with a clean very damp sponge and dry on a large bath towel.