How to Remove Grease from Kitchen Cabinets

All kitchen surface are subjected to daily contamination due to all activities done in a kitchen like cooking, working with kitchen gadgets, washing dishes and etc. Grease, food particles and dust are common pollutants in a kitchen and your cabinets won’t left unaffected by them. Grease may not be visible on the cabinets at first, but when the grease dries, it will leave unsightly yellowish stains, making the cabinets looking dingy and unattractive.
To remove the grease from your kitchen cabinets, you can use vinegar and baking soda. These natural products will also absorb the odour that old grease stains tend to leave behind. Use this simple and eco-friendly cleaning solution to clean your kitchen cabinets at least once a month to get the best look of the cabinets. More often cleaning is advisable if your cabinets are white.
The guidelines below are provided by cleaners Blackheath, and will help you to clean your kitchen cabinets quickly and easily using nothing more than vinegar and baking soda as cleansers.
Instructions

  1. Fill a spray bottle with vinegar, not the whole bottle but just enough, so you don’t have to refill it frequently during the cleaning process.
  2. Spray the vinegar onto the kitchen cabinets and wipe it off along with the loose dirt and some of the grease. Use a soft cloth to avoid harming the cabinets’ surface. Wear rubber gloves to keep your hands clean.
  3. Dampen a soft cloth with lukewarm water. Sprinkle baking soda on the cloth and start scrubbing onto the grease spots in gentle circular motion. Scrub until the grease is gone, then spray the area with vinegar and wipe down to remove the residue.
  4. Use a clean, dampen cloth to rinse the surface, then wipe dry.

If you face difficulties to clean your kitchen cabinets and not only them but your kitchen as a whole, you can hire professionals, such as cleaners Beddington Corner, to come in and get the job thoroughly done instead of you.


December 21, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning

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