The kitchen is often one of the most-used living areas in a family’s home and kitchen cabinets can quickly become coated in a layer of grease, dirt and grime from constant use and cooking. Want to know how to clean kitchen cabinets? Keep reading because Maid Brigade has compiled a few of our favorite natural methods for tackling grease on grime buildup on your wooden cabinets. As with all cleaning methods, be sure to test these solutions on an out of the way area of your cabinets and wait several hours to make sure they will not negatively impact your beautiful wooden cabinets.
Detergent and Water: Create a cleaning solution using laundry or grease cutting dish detergent and water. Mix together 1 cup of detergent for every 2 cups of warm water. Apply to your cabinets using a clean cloth or soft sponge. Scrub the cabinets while taking care not to remove or scratch the finish. Rinse with water to remove the soap residue and dry.
Vinegar and Water: Use vinegar and water to remove a sticky film on your cabinet exteriors. Rinse the cabinets with plain water to remove residue.
Baking Soda and Water: For tough stain spots create a paste using baking soda and water. Scrub with a sponge to remove the buildup and then rinse with water.
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