How to Remove Grime from Kitchen Cabinets

Kitchen cabinets can get fairly quickly contaminated with grease from cooking. However, this layer of grease may not be even noticed for a while until dust and dirt get stuck on it and the unnoticeable grease turns into a salient grime that needs to be removed. Fortunately, removing grime from kitchen cabinets is not that difficult as you might think, and with a few simple guidelines in mind, you will be able to clean your cabinets quickly and easily, revitalizing not only their look but that of your entire kitchen as well.
Instructions

  1. Pour equal amounts of white vinegar and water into a spray bottle, then spray the cabinets with the mixture. Wait the cleaning solution to cut through the grease and grime for about five minutes and then wipe it away with a soft clean cloth.
  2. Combine equal parts of club soda and lime juice in a bowl. Dip a clean cloth into the mixture and wipe the cabinets clean. Wipe dry using a clean, dry cloth.
  3. Mix a grease-cutting dish soap, such as Dawn, with warm water, then use a soft cloth to wipe the cabinets down with the soapy water.
  4. For tough grime, cleaners Royal Oak suggest making a paste of baking soda and water. Rub the paste onto the kitchen cabinets using a soft clean cloth. Apply some pressure when rubbing to help breaking up the grime. Wipe away any residual paste using a damp cloth, use another cloth to wipe dry.

Do not use any harsh and abrasives cleaners before you have ensured that they are safe to your kitchen cabinets. Always read and follow the product’s directions before applying it. This way, you will save yourself a lot of troubles. If you are not sure what cleaning solution is appropriate to use on your cabinets, consider consulting cleaners Roxeth. They would be able to tell you which one to use depending on the material of your kitchen cabinets.


November 25, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Cleaning

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