A great tool to use on enamel stove tops and their iron grills is a steel wool soap pad. This gets the baked on gunk like nothing else. And SOS now has a soap pad with biodegradable soap ingredients. Be sure to test a small area before using on the enamel since stoves are different.
Here is a brush that looks like a toothbrush but is more ergonomically designed and tougher that is great for those little hard-to-get areas like around the base of faucets and shower grout. https://www.thecleanteam.com/Speed-Cleaning-Toothbrush--3-Pack_p_20.html
A mini-wisk broom is a handy tool to have in your kitchen for crumbs on your countertops. Saves time and yuckiness. https://www.thecleanteam.com/Speed-Cleaning-Whisk-Broom_p_13.html
Tis the season for fruit flies. Here's a good technique for ridding your kitchen of those pesky creatures. Take a bottle of apple cider vinegar (doesn't have to be a full bottle), remove the cap and place some plastic wrap over the opening, punching a few holes in it to let the scent out. Fruit flies will crawl in but not be able to get out. For added effectiveness, put a few drops of dish soap in the vinegar. This will break the surface tension of the vinegar so that the flies drop through it.